December 8th, 2013
08:33 AM ET

Web Extra: Seacrest's iPhone Innovation

In this Reliable Sources web extra, Ryan Seacrest tells Brian Stelter about his investment in a company that manufactures keyboards for iPhones

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  1. Dillon Lenhart

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    January 12, 2021 at 2:22 am | Reply
  2. T. E. WEST

    Although this interview might have been of interest to some, it hardly seemed appropriate for "Reliable Sources," which is intended to focus on how the media handle the major news events of the day. The interview would have been more appropriate for an entertainment venue. I miss the insightful questions and smooth dialogue, as well as a host with some genuine "hard" news experience.

    December 8, 2013 at 11:32 am | Reply
    • Gary

      This interview with "radio/TV star" Seacrest might have been relevant to "Reliable Sources" had the disintigration of Radio since the de-regulation of the '90's (thanks, Mr. Clinton) been part of the discussion. Oh, that's right...radio is no longer relevant, is it? Thanks to entities like ClearChannel and insipid "talents" like Seacrest, ratings for higher profits have become far more important than using the public airwaves responsibly. The Mom & Pop-owned local radio stations are all but gone nationwide...replaced by the corporate swill that passes for "programming in the public interest."

      By the way...does anyone at CNN actually read these posts?

      December 10, 2013 at 8:48 am | Reply

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