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Media talk from the Missouri School of Journalism
Wed October 17, 2012
Views of the News: Crowley Checks Libya Claims; Hillary Takes Blame; NYT Page 1 Call; Felix's Jump
Obama/Romney Round Two: Crowley Ignites Controversy
Jack Mirkinson, The Huffington Post: "Pundits On Second Debate: Obama Came Back"
Mark Halperin, Time: "Moderator Role Under Scrutiny -- Before the Debate"
Associated Press: "Moderator Crowley became focus of debate when talk turned to Libya"
Dylan Byers, Politico: "Seeking control, Candy Crowley fact-checks Romney"
Dan Gainor, Fox News: "CNN's Crowley first plays umpire, then joins Team Obama"
Erik Wemple, The Washington Post: "Presidential debate: Did conservative media hurt Romney on Libya?"
David Weigel, Slate: "Acts of Terror -- or an Error?"
Hillary (Briefly) Takes the Blame
Matthew Lee, Associated Press: "Hillary Clinton shoulders blame for Libya consulate security"
Michael Calderone, The Huffington Post: "Wall Street Journal Held Hillary Clinton's Libya 'Responsibility' Comment For Several Days"
NYT's 'Front Page' Decision on Benghazi Hearing
Margaret Sullivan, New York Times Public Editor: "Why Wasn't Libya Hearing on Page A1 of The Times?"
Dylan Byers, Politico: "NYT Eds: 'No shame' in Libya hearings"
David D. Kirkpatrick, The New York Times: "Election-Year Stakes Overshadow Nuances of Libya Investigation"
Michael Calderone, The Huffington Post: "Reuters' Early Report Of Protestors At Libya Attack Raises Questions"
Michael Hastings, BuzzFeed: "The Media Dropped The Ball On Benghazi"
'Black People Drowning' Journo Makes Comeback
Joe Coscarelli, New York Magazine: "Fired Yahoo Journalist Lands at Politico After Racial Romney Quip"
Felix Baumgartner's YouTube Sensation
Cory Bergman, Lost Remote: "24-mile skydive breaks into social stratosphere, redefines event marketing"
Emma Rowley and Rebecca Clancy, The Telegraph: "Red Bull's space jump stunt with Felix Baumgartner 'worth £100m' in ad spend"
Christopher Zara, International Business Times: "Felix Baumgartner Jump: One Giant Leap For Mass Media"
Peter Kafka, All Things D: "What Eight Million Livestreams Really Means"
Daniel Figueroa, Heavy.com: "Why Did CNN Cut Away From Their Broadcast of Baumgartner's Jump?!"
Amy Shira Teitel, Discover Magazine: "Why Red Bull's Stratos Jump Was Just a Publicity Stunt -- and Only Partially Successful"