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Media talk from the Missouri School of Journalism
Wed June 6, 2012
Views of the News: Recall Lessons; Fox "Attack Ad"; Politico On Bias; Buffett's Lee Buy; Brookside
Parsing Recall Results
John Avlon, The Daily Beast: "Top Three Conclusions From Wisconsin Recall Election"
National Review Online: "What the Recall Meant"
Dylan Byers, Politico: "The worst night on cable news"
Fox & Friends "Attack Ad"
Brian Stelter, The New York Times: "Obama Video on Fox News Criticized as Attack Ad"
Associated Press: "Fox News Official Says Obama Video Unauthorized"
The Huffington Post: "'Fox & Friends' Associate Producer Will Keep Job After Making Anti-Obama Video"
Jim Vandehei and Mike Allen, Politico: "To GOP, blatant bias in vetting"
Devin Gordon, GQ: "Five Points About Politico's Hatchet Job on NYT and WaPo"
Buffett Buys Into Post-Dispatch Parent
Dan Kraut, Bloomberg: "Buffett's Berkshire Discloses Stake in Lee Enterprises"
Jim Romenesko, JimRomenesko.com: "Why Warren Buffett is Bullish on Newspapers"
Evan Christopher, NolaVie: "Riffing On the Tradition: Thank you, Mr. Buffett"
Arson Talk & the Columbia Dividing Line
Kacie Yearout and Barbara Maningat, KOMU-TV: "Band Flyer Foreshadows Brookside Blaze"
Alex Kluesner, Vox Magazine: "Brookside fire's ongoing speculation"
Henry J. Waters III, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Fire! Avoiding quick conclusions"
Mike Martin, The Columbia Heart Beat: "Veiled Accusation? Trib publisher's Brookside fire editorial points finger at neighbors"