April 1st, 2012
01:09 PM ET

Media, Race and Polarization

Callie Crossley and Frank Sesno join Howard Kurtz to discuss how the coverage of the Trayvon Martin case has hardened into ideological viewpoints.

Filed under: Bias • Fox News • Media • Media Criticism • MSNBC • Politics • Reliable Sources • Trayvon Martin
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  1. jcs

    mr kurtz,you ris great.but,ya just have to cover all the foolish,,nyc-ers,legal experts(napolitano//shep smith/others,commenting on florida law/courts!!!.just watched hln,,mike&martin savidge,s interview,,what a scam-misinformation-propagada. they dont kno the difference between an arrest warrant,,vs a ,"capias",,watch the segment,,and verify the info with a florida judge or seasoned l.e.o.,,,.

    April 12, 2012 at 1:34 pm | Reply
  2. Bobebarn

    And your coverage of NBC's edited 911 tapes . . . flacid . . . weak . . . biased.

    April 9, 2012 at 11:39 am | Reply
  3. Phil

    Conversely, it would be hard to find a White who has dwelled for long in an area with a sizeable Black population who has not had a significant experience with Black crime. People carry their experiences as a kind of baggage.

    April 6, 2012 at 9:04 pm | Reply
  4. Steven Derrick

    I was pleased to see a fellow Bostonian like Crossley on the show. What's more, I agreed with her insightful statements. Overall, a good segment with everyone involved.

    April 1, 2012 at 6:41 pm | Reply

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