Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Republican leaders have issued a 100-page assessment of the GOP and how it should regroup for 2016. Reihan Salam of the National Review discusses the report and the Republican Party's outreach to minorities, women, and young people. Plus: media thinker Douglas Rushkoff on his new book Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now; and Zev Chafets on his new book Roger Ailes: Off Camera.
Monday, July 04, 2011
WNYC's morning news producers bring you a rundown of today's must-read stories.
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
When he's not chasing down stories for ABC News, Andy Field acts as a media and presentation coach for clients who want to look good on Oprah or 20/20. A little over a week ago, his classroom was a hotel banquet hall in Arlington, Virginia, and his students were several dozen Muslim activists from across the country. The students were of mostly of Arab or South Asian descent, with the men sporting beards and blazers and many of the women wearing hijabs, or headscarves. Their goal: learning how to present themselves and their faith better on-camera.
Monday, October 18, 2010
New Yorkers got not one but two vivid reminders Sunday that they live in the nation's media capital when simultaneous rallies took place in Midtown Manhattan, organized by groups that feel wronged in very different ways.
Tuesday, October 05, 2010
Gabriel Sherman, contributing editor at New York Magazine, talks about the recent changes at CNN, the state of primetime news programs, and his latest piece on how FOX news influences CNN and MSNBC's political coverage.
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Wednesday, August 04, 2010
Democratic congressional candidate Reshma Saujani was part of a Fox News panel this morning discussing, among other things, the Islamic center slated for near Ground Zero.
Thursday, January 07, 2010
Fox News analyst Brit Hume ruffled hundreds of millions of feathers last weekend when he suggested Tiger Woods should switch from Buddhism to Christianity for moral redemption. We spoke with Robert Thurman, professor of Buddhist studies at Columbia University, to talk more about religion and redemption.