Media Talk From The Missouri School Of Journalism
10:10 am
Wed November 14, 2012

Views of the News: Mainstream Conservatives; BBC Troubles; Journalists On Record; Black Friday Apps

Is the Mainstream Still Lame?

Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic: "How Conservative Media Lost to the MSM and Failed the Rank and File"

Katla McGlynn, The Huffington Post: "Jon Stewart Mocks Fox News' Election Night Meltdown..." [VIDEO]

James Carville and Rebecca Buckwalter-Poza, CNN: "Carville: GOP routed by reality"

Errors and the BBC

The Huffington Post: "Rupert Murdoch Weighs In On BBC Scandal: 'What Are Editors For?'"

Detroit Free Press: "BBC chief quits after TV report falsely implicates a politician as a pedophile"

Peter Jukes, The Daily Beast: "BBC Scandal Blows Up as Director George Entwistle Resigns"

Ben Quinn, The Guardian: "Steve Messham apologises to Lord McAlpine over abuse claims"

John F. Burns, The New York Times: "BBC Chairman Says Network Needs Radical Overhaul"

Chicago Journalism: A New Wrinkle

Robert Channick, Chicago Tribune: "Emanuel: Taping of reporters 'much ado about nothing'"

Shop Till Your Smart Phone Drops

Laurie Segall, CNN Money: "7 must-have Black Friday apps"

Anne D'Innocenzio, Associated Press: "Smart Spending: How to do Black Friday week right"

Mobilewalla: "Mobilewalla ranks Black Friday apps"

Stephanie Clifford, The New York Times: "Make Room for Deals After Turkey This Year"

  

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