Politics
5:32 pm
Tue September 3, 2013

Views of the News: Situation in Syria, David Frost, KMIZ, Twitter on the campaign trail

Situation in Syria

Michael Calderone, Huffington Post: “Media’s failures during Iraq War cast shadow over Syria coverage

Michael Calderone, Huffington Post: “Iraq War media failure can happen again

David Corn, Mother Jones: “Iraq 10 years later: The deadly consequences of spin

John B. Judis, New Republic: “Iraq War 10-Year Anniversary: What it was like to oppose it in 2003

Mark Sliva, Bloomberg: “Lessons of Iraq, Vietnam: Now Syria

Erik Hayden, The Hollywood Reporter: “CNN’s ‘Crossfire’ to debut one week earlier to cover Syria

David Frost (1939-2013)

BBC: "Sir David Frost, broadcaster and writer, dies at 74

James Poniewozik, Time: “RIP David Frost: The TV host to captured a president

Genevieve Hassan, BBC: “Frost/Nixon team pay tribute to Sir David Frost

Lisa O’Carroll, The Guardian: “David Frost’s Nixon interview helped end ‘age of deference,’ says Lord Birt"

Peter Walker, The Guardian: “David Frost: A career in clips"

Twitter on the Campaign Trail

Peter Hamby, Shorenstein Center: “Did Twitter Kill the Boys on the Bus?” | Full paper

David Carr, New York Times, “Campaign journalism in the age of Twitter

NFL concussion settlement

Ken Belson, New York Times: “Explaining the NFL Settlement

Scott Fujita, New York Times: “Mixed feelings over NFL concussions settlement

Arthur Caplan & Lee Igen, Forbes: “What’s Unsettled about the NFL concussions settlement

Hunter Felt, The Guardian: “Concussions lawsuit lets NFL off the hook

Alternative Dispute Resolution Center Press Release

Steve Fainaru and Mark Fainaru-Wada, ESPN: “Players sought $2 billion-plus from NFL in concussion settlement

Time Warner, CBS reach terms

Tom Krazit, paidcontent.org: “Let there be football: CBS, Time Warner Cable settle programming dispute

Brian Anthony Hernandez, Mashable: “CBS and Showtime return to Time Warner Cable on Labor Day

Deadline.com: “Time Warner & CBS end dispute, blackout to end Monday

Bezos’ vision: New ‘golden era’

Paul Fahri, Washington Post: “Jeffrey Bezos, Washington Post’s next owner, aims for a new ‘golden era’ at the newspaper

Onion’s op-ed page… doesn’t stink?

Noreen Malone, New Republic: “The Onion is the country’s best op-ed page. Seriously.

All Tuckered out

Peggy Ackerman, New York Daily News: “Tucker Carlson falls asleep while hosting ‘Fox & Friends’ with Mike Jerrick and Alisyn Camerota"

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