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Weekend Show Preview – 9.7.14

SundayShows-w-candyWho’s on the talk shows this weekend? Glad you asked.

Sunday marks Chuck Todd‘s first as moderator of NBC’s “Meet the Press,” with an exclusive interview with President Barack Obama. Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger will be on CBS’s “Face the Nation” and NPR’s “Weekend Edition Saturday.” Former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA) will join “FOX News Sunday.”

Not all lineups have been announced. But click through for those that have and we’ll continue to update throughout the day.

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Kurtz on Off-the-Record Discussions and Network Interviews with the President

A few interesting items in Howie Kurtz‘s online WaPo chat yesterday, Critiquing the Press:

Washington, D.C.: When Walter Pincus revealed off-record discussions between Josh Block and three reporters, did he rat out any of his Post colleagues?

Intelligence Pick Blames ‘Israel Lobby’ For Withdrawal (Post, March 12)

If one reporter at the Post, sitting in his cubicle, promises a source confidentiality, and a reporter in an adjacent cubicle overhears the conversation and can figure out who the source is, can that second reporter write a story free of that privilege?

Howard Kurtz: Reporting on an overheard conversation would be flat-out unfair. But there are times when journalists have had to report on the confidential sources of other journalists, even in their own newsroom. I, for instance, had to question who Washington Post reporters had used as sources in the Valerie Plame affair (as well as those used by Bob Novak, Matt Cooper, Tim Russert, Judy Miller et al). I did not know who the sources were until that information emerged in the court proceedings and Bob Woodward eventually acknowledged the administration source who told him about Plame’s CIA role.

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Morning Reading List, 12.09.08

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Good morning, Washington. What DC street is this? Email us with your best guess and we’ll include correct guessers in tomorrow’s Morning Reading List.

Good morning Washington.

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We’ve got your morning mix of media Muesli after the jump…

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Morning Reading List, 08.04.08

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Good morning Washington.

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It Was Two Years Ago Today…

…that Judy Miller was thrown in jail for refusing to out her sources in the Valerie Plame leak case.

Morning Reading List, 06.25.07

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  • According to the PEJ Talk Show Index for June 10-15, “That marked only the second time all year that immigration was the leading talk subject.”

  • Washington Post reports, “A graduate student who drove David Halberstam when the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist was killed in a car crash will be charged with misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter, the prosecutor said Thursday.”

  • Richard Stengel on “The Chris Matthews Show”? Somewhere, Glenn Greenwald wonders if Ana Marie Cox will blog about it.

  • Great media movies.

  • A reader writes in about this, “wolf i s more like 5’7.” From another reader: “I have stood next to Wolf Blitzer, who is not tall. 5’8″ is generous.”

  • Check out former Hill newspaper writer Peter Savodnik’s latest piece in GQ.

  • From The Hollywood Reporter: “The global entertainment and media industry will expand at a 6.4% compound annual growth rate over five years to hit $2 trillion in 2011, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers report released Thursday.”

  • The Washington City Paper reports, “anyone with a stake in the doings of Fenty’s administration is going to find the scoop in the Post, with the competition trailing by a good 20 furlongs. And the competition has a problem with that.”

  • AP reports, “The New York Times Co. plans to raise the cover price and home-delivery rates for the newspaper next month.”

  • Forbes offers excerpts from Gary Pruitt, chairman, president and chief executive of McClatchy, at the Newspaper Association of America’s annual Mid-Year Media Review in New York. Huffington Post takes a closer look at the review.

  • Check out Judy Miller on Blogging Heads.

  • The Chicago Tribune reports, “Confidence appears to be ebbing on Wall Street in Tribune Co.’s ability to pull off a complex, $8.2 billion deal to take itself private in partnership with Chicago billionaire Sam Zell.”

  • Reuters reports, “The major U.S. TV networks, after a slow start to the annual advertising negotiating season, have completed most of the prime-time commercial deals at prices above a year ago.”

  • “Beet.TV has learned that The New York Times will make the embed code of its video clips available to the public by early fall. This means that many of the paper’s videos will be freely used and posted to blogs and Web pages.”

  • Public Eye takes a much closer look at MSNBC’s report about journalists contributing to political campaigns. Business Week also weighs in. Matthew Yglesias calls it “fundamentally misguided.”

  • “There’s a new Web site called Real People Real Stuff where anyone can post a classified video.”

  • Jon Friedman writes, “‘Cyberphobia’ afflicts many Time Inc. writers.”

  • Reuters reports, “Internet advertising and access spending by U.S. consumers will rise each year by double digits on average through 2011, fuelled by high-speed connections and social networking and entertainment sites, according to a forecast released on Thursday.”

    Jobs

  • The Media Research Center is looking for a communications director since Michael Chapman has left, reports Bluey Blog.

  • SNL Financial, LC is looking for an Insurance News Reporter.

  • Richmond.com is looking for a News Reporter.

  • Congressional Quarterly is looking for an Editor of Real-Time and Web News.

  • Washingtonpost.com is looking for a Developer for Editorial Tools, an Application Developer for Editorial Tools and a Sports Editor.

  • The Project On Government Oversight is looking for a “strategic thinker for Director of Communication.”

  • A Washington DC based think tank focused on transatlantic relations is looking for an Online Producer/Web Editor.

  • Religion News Service is looking for an Editorial and Publishing Assistant.

  • Council on Foreign Relations is looking for a Associate Director, Communications and Marketing.

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