“Page One: Inside the New York Times” (C-SPAN’s Q&A)
Andrew Rossi, director and producer of a new documentary called “Page One: Inside the New York Times.” The documentary takes a look at the declining newspaper industry in general and also looks specifically at the New York Times through the eyes of the staff that covers the media. It features reporters David Carr and Brian Stelter. It includes discussions over Wikileaks as well as the aftermath of the 2009 decision to cut 100 jobs from the New York Times newsroom. Andrew Rossi’s previous documentary was the story of a New York City restaurant family called “Le Cirque: A Table in Heaven.” It was shown on HBO.
Respect Fox style.
At least Bret Baier interviewed Bush and his cronies the same way. Oh yeah, I’m lying.
Part 1: The president sits down with FNC’s Bret Baier to discuss the health care reform bill.
“If people vote yes, whatever form that takes, that is going to be a vote for health-care reform. And I don’t think we should pretend otherwise…. If they don’t, if they vote against it, then they’re going to be voting against health-care reform and they’re going to be voting in favor of the status quo.”
Early Henry Rollins/Black Flag Interview Raw Uncut
Lovers of awkward and uncomfortable situations rejoice!
posted this nine months ago and it’s, for some unknown reason, drawing traffic today. so, I figured I’d repost it.
Christopher Hitchens, author, journalist as well as contributing editor to Vanity Fair and the Atlantic Monthly, discusses his book, “God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything.”, on CSPAN’s Q&A with Brian Lamb
originally aired April 26, 2009
contains a clip of Hitchens from 1983
“I will tell you that I think the most important thing I can do for the African-American community is the same thing I can do for the American community, period, and that is get the economy going again and get people hiring again,”
President Obama rejecting criticism from the Congressional Black Caucus that the government was ignoring the economic plight of minorities.
via Richard Wolf of USA TODAY and Justin Hyde of the Detroit Free Press in an exclusive joint interview. via The Oval
Giant bug intrudes on Howard Dean MSNBC interview
Very scary looking bug is seen crawling in the background during Howard Dean interview on MSNBC’s Dr. Nancy show.