Daily Caller Senior Online Editor Vince Coglianese talks to Howard Kurtz about his website's reporting on the liberal media watchdog, Media Matters.
The tragic death of New York Times reporter Anthony Shadid in Syria, Bill O'Reilly attacks the media over Whitney Houston's death and Pat Buchanan's controversial departure from MSNBC.
Local DC reporter Andrea McCarren talks to Howard Kurtz about the vitriol she has faced following her reporting on underage drinking.
By Cassie Spodak, CNN
In politics this week Rick Santorum’s latest surge was all over the headlines, but much of it was focused on birth control and other social issues. But pundits were also intent on analyzing what Mitt Romney’s campaign is doing wrong – should he talk about his religion? Frank Bruni of The New York Times, Jennifer Rubin of The Washington Post and Scott Conroy of Real Clear Politics will join Howard Kurtz to discuss the latest coverage of the Republican presidential campaign.
We’ll also be covering a range of topics the media picked up on this week. The New York Times’ David Carr will talk about his Twitter habits and the dangers of 140 characters.
Vince Coglianese of the conservative website The Daily Caller will be on the show to talk about liberal advocacy group Media Matters and their attack on Fox News for right-wing bias.
Andrea McCarren ofWashington’s CBS affiliate will disucss the backlash that forced her off the air after a report on underage drinking.
And Vanity Fair writer Buzz Bissinger will argue that former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell shouldn’t be allowed to buy The Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News.
This Sunday at 11am EST.
Lynn Sweet, Bill Press, Jim Geraghty and Howard Kurtz on how the latest Santorum surge took the media by surprise.
Amy Argetsinger and Howard Kurtz on the media buzz over a half-century old presidential affair.
The New York Post's questionable treatment of an alleged rape victim.
Eric Deggans, Rachel Sklar and Howard Kurtz discuss the media coverage of Whitney Houston's death.
Lauren Ashburn, Frank Sesno and Howard Kurtz compare the media's coverage of the mandated contraception controversy to the Komen-Planned Parenthood brouhaha.