July 13th, 2012
03:57 PM ET

Sneak peek at this Sunday's show

By Jamie Gray, CNN

Mitt Romney’s wealth and his work at Bain Capital have been back in the media spotlight this week, at the same time as a sustained effort by the Obama campaign to raise questions about Romney’s offshore accounts and failure to more fully release past tax returns. Is this just a coincidence or are journalists carrying water for the Obama campaign? We’ll talk to Erin McPike, National Political Reporter for RealClearPolitics, Chicago Tribune columnist, Clarence Page and Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post.

The nightly network newscasts have never been more distinctive; ABC’s preference to lead off with colorful human interest stories is in stark contrast to the harder news line taken by CBS, while NBC treads a path between the two. Former CBS News executive, Paul Friedman and blogger Andrew Tyndall will tell us how this variety of approaches impacts how the news is covered.

A new article in Newsweek magazine argues that constant exposure to the Internet is causing some users to develop damaging psychological disorders. We’ll assess the accuracy of these claims with tech blogger, Sarah Lacy and Columbia University’s new Chief Digital Officer, Sree Sreenivasan. Sarah will also give us her take on Bravo’s upcoming reality show about Silicon Valley.

This Sunday at 11 a.m. ET on CNN.

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