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Media talk from the Missouri School of Journalism
Wed October 10, 2012
Views of the News: Lehrer's Logic; Biden, Ryan & Raddatz; Big Bird Ads; CNN Buys Docs; Sam Engaged
Brian Stelter, The New York Times: "After a New-Look Debate, a Harsh Light Falls on the Moderator"
The Center for Media and Public Affairs: "Study: Presidential Debaters More Aggressive in 2012"
Biden, Ryan and Raddatz
Jonathan Martin, Politico: "A veep debate that could really matter"
Michael Calderone, The Huffington Post: "Martha Raddatz Enters A New Battlefield: The Vice Presidential Debate Stage"
Juana Summers, Politico: "Paul Ryan spars with reporter"
Obama's Ads: Andrea Mitchell and Big Bird
Alex Weprin, TV Newser: "Andrea Mitchell Not Cool With Being in an Obama Ad"
Dylan Byers, Politico: "NBC News, Sesame Street, and 'Fair Use'"
Beth Fouhy, AP: "Obama's Big Bird campaign ad causing a new flap"
David Dayen, Firedoglake blog: "Obama Ad About Big Bird Cannot Find One Prominent Wall Street Criminal Prosecuted By Administration"
CNN to Buy Documentary Films
CNN Pressroom: "CNN Announces Creation of CNN Films"
Joe Flint, The Los Angeles Times: "CNN's creation of film unit is step in right direction"
The Economist: "CNN's woes: Unbiased and unloved"
GMA's Sam Champion Engaged
Jack Mirkinson, The Huffington Post: "Sam Champion's Engagement: A Sign of How the Media Has Changed"