October 21st, 2012
01:00 PM ET

Media Monitor- October 21

Professors opining on the presidential race without disclosing campaign donations,  Chris Wallace keeps Romney advisor, Ed Gillespie honest, using Pinterest to fight crime and another writer is suspended for a troubling Tweet.

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  5. Lee Finley

    Howie is not an objective media observer, especially since becoming Daily Beast's Washington Bureau chief. He rarely covers CNN (we get lots of Fox News and MSNBC clips, but rarely any critique of CNN). And even when CNN gets coverage, it takes the form of Howie defending them from criticism (e.g yesterday's segment on Candy Crowley). This show used to be much better when it took a more academic approach rather than the same "he said/she said" as the rest of the mainstream media.

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