Media talk from the Missouri School of Journalism
9:12 am
Wed May 15, 2013

Views of the News: Obama's Triple Wammy, Bloomberg Snooping, Cleveland Victims in Media Crosshairs

Obama's Triple Wammy

David Nakamura, The Washington Post: "Jay Carney's tough day

Matt Viser, The Boston Globe: "Obama tries to control damage on three fronts"

Kyle Wingfield, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: "The IRS scandal: Getting worse by the day"

Alex Altman, Time: "The Real IRS Scandal"

Jake Tapper, CNN:  "CNN exclusive: White House email contradicts Benghazi leaks"

Dylan Byers, Politico: "The Benghazi revisions, revisited"

Charlie Savage and Scott Shane, The New York Times: "Justice Dept. Defends Seizure of Phone Records"

Sean Sullivan, The Washington Post: "Media organizations slam Justice Dept. over secret gathering of AP phone records"

Emily Bazelon, Slate: "Obama's War on Journalists"

The Business of Snooping

Danielle Kurtzleben, U.S. News: "What You Need to Know About the Bloomberg Snooping Scandal"

Matthew Winkler, Bloomberg: "Holding Ourselves Accountable"

David Carr, The New York Times: "Snooping and the News Media: It's a 2-Way Street"

Follow Ups

Mark Naymik, Cleveland Plain Dealer: "Gina DeJesus, Amanda Berry and Michelle Knight now imprisoned by the media"

David Carr, The New York Times: "Newspaper Monopoly That Lost Its Grip"

Mark Glaser, PBS Mediashift: "Mark Luckie: Twitter Not Getting Into News Business"

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