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Weekend Show Preview – 6.29.14

On Tuesday we gave you the ratings for the June 22 Sunday Shows in the DC Market. TVNewser has the national ratings.

Who’s on the talk shows this weekend? Glad you asked:

Sunday:

CBS’s “Face the Nation” : Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), Armed Services Committee; Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY), Foreign Relations Committee; James Jeffrey, former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq; Margaret Brennan, CBS News State Department correspondent; TIME’s Michael Crowley; WSJ’s Peggy Noonan; WaPo’s Michael Gerson; former White House press secretary Dee Dee Myers; author Todd Purdum.

“Fox News Sunday”: General Michael Hayden; Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA); Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-CA); Albert Small, philanthropist and collector; Brit Hume, Fox News senior political analyst; AP’s Julie PaceKarl Rove, former White House senior advisor, Fox News contributor; Kirsten PowersUSA Today / Fox News contributor.

NBC’s “Meet the Press” : Taped interview with former President Bill Clinton. More TBA.

ABC’s “This Week” : President Barack Obama ; Rep. Peter King (R-NY); ABC’s Donna Brazile; ABC’s Matthew DowdBill Kristol, editor, The Weekly Standard; Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher, The Nation; ABC’s Terry Moran; Slate’s Dahlia Lithwick; Carrie Severino of the Judicial Crisis Network and National Review Online.

Univision’s “Al Punto” : TBA

CNN’s “State of the Union : Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA); chairman, Oversight and Government Reform Committee; Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI); chairman, House Intelligence Committee; William Taylor III, attorney for Lois Lerner; CNN’s Stephanie CutterMattie Duppler, director, Budget and Regulatory Policy at Americans for Tax Reforms; Liz Mair, Republican strategist; Neera Tanden, president & CEO, Center for American Progress.

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ICYMI – POLITICO’s Todd Purdum and Dylan Byers to Relocate to LA

According to an internal memo (via NYMag) from POLITICO Managing Editor Rachel Smolkin, two of the outlet’s top talent – senior writer Todd Purdum and media reporter Dylan Byers - are relocating to LA. Purdum’s wife, former White House press secretary Dee Dee Myers, recently took a position with Warner Brothers leading its communications. Byers is said to be relocating with his fiancé.

Smolkin squashes any notion of an expansion to California, as it recently did in New York when its parent company Albritton Communications purchased Capital New York.

We’re not sure we believe you, Ms. Smolkin.

Weekend Show Preview, 4.4 – 4.6

SundayShows12Who’s on the talk shows this weekend? Glad you asked:

Sunday:

CBS’s “Face the Nation”: Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX), Dan Pfeiffer, Thomas Friedman of Showtime’s “Years of Living Dangerously,” Heidi Cullen, Chief Climate Advisor for “Years,”  Todd Purdum of Politico, Amy Walter of Cook Political Report, John Dickerson of CBS

“Fox News Sunday”: Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX), Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA), Gen. Michael Hayden, Brit Hume, Elise Viebeck of The Hill, Liz Cheney, Juan Williams

NBC’s “Meet the Press“: Fmr. Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Mike Mullen, Shaun McCutcheon, Robert Weissman of Public Citizen, Kathleen Parker of WaPo, Fmr. Sen. John Sununu (R-NH), Fmr. Rep. Harold Ford Jr. (D-TN), Steve Case of America Online, author Michael Lewis, Kevin Tibbles of NBC, 

ABC’s “This Week“: Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO), Rep. John Carter (R-TX), Gen. Peter Chiarelli, Donna Brazile, Newt Gingrich, Bill Kristol, Alicia Menendez of Fusion

Univision’s “Al Punto”: Rep. Joe García (D-FL), activists Jaime Valdez and Marisa Franco, radio host Fernando Espuelas, activists Jersey Vargas and Mario Vargas

CNN’s “State of the Union“: 9:00- Rep. Nancy Pelosi (R-CA), Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI), Rep. Dutch Ruppersberg (D-MD), Kitty Higgins from  NTSB, Nick Sabatini from FAA, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), Rep. Tim Murphy (R-PA); 12:00- Penny Lee of Democratic Governors Assoc., Ross Douthat of NYT, Corey Dade of NPR, satellite expert Ken Christensen, pilot Karlene Petit

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Weekend Shows Preview, 1.31 – 2.2

SundayShows12Who’s on the public affairs shows this weekend? Glad you asked:

CBS’s “Face the Nation“: Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA), WH Chief of Staff Denis McDonough, Rudy Giuliani, Harvard’s David Gergen, Michael Gerson of WaPo, Kimberly Stassel of WSJ, and Daily Beast’s Bob Shrum

“Fox News Sunday”: Live from MetLife Stadium: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, John Elway of the Denver Broncos, and QB Archie Manning

NBC’s “Meet the Press“: Denis McDonough, Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), Julian Assange, National Review’s Rich Lowry, Former WH Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, PBS’s Gwen Ifill, Presidential Historian Doris Kearns-Goodwin, and NBC’s Chuck Todd.

ABC’s “This Week“: Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), ABC’s Matthew Dowd, The Weekly Standard‘s Bill Kristol, Donna Brazile, Ana Navarrro, and NYT‘s Paul Krugman

PBS’s “Washington Week” John Dickerson of Slate Magazine and CBS News, Susan Davis of USA TodayChristi Parsons of Tribune Newspapers, Todd Purdum of Politico and Vanity Fair

CNN’s “State of the Union“: Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA), also Jake Tapper’s Obama interview

Univision’s “Al Punto” : Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), President Ricardo Martinelli of Panama, State Sen. Wendy Davis (D-TX), Jan Slattery and John O’Malley of the Archdiocese of Chicago

BTV’s “Political Capital” : John Podesta of the Center for American Progress

CNN’s “Reliable Sources” : TBA

 

We’ll update ‘em as we get ‘em (email fishbowlpatrick@gmail.com).

Afternoon Reading List 10.23.12.

1. Project Upgrade — Lawmakers and their aides have notoriously been disheveled messes who look like they buy their suits off the rack and tie their ties in the dark. So GQ has decided to give six of Capitol Hill’s youngest players a much needed style boost. The piece includes seriously astonishing before and after pictures you won’t want to miss. The aides start out in their own ill-fitting clothing and bad haircuts and wind up in the likes of Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and Bruno Cucinelli pocket squares. Look for the feature here and in the November issue of GQ.

2. Fun and games — If you’re looking for a way to numb out today after a late night of reporting that doesn’t involve anything illegal, NowThis News has a debate video game out today that allows you to pick the topic you want to hear, the candidate you want to hear and the argument of your choosing. Sound effects are pretty catchy. Play here.

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Morning Surprise: Gridiron Welcomes Bon Jovi

Jon Bon Jovi and his wife, Dorothea will attend this Saturday’s Gridiron dinner as the guests of Vanity Fair‘s Todd Purdum. The Gridiron Show includes a parody of “Livin’ on a Prayer,” which prompted in invitation, explained USA TODAY Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page, who is the club’s president this year.

Page reports that the dinner is sold-out with more than 650 guests. Among other notables: Hollywood director James Brooks. Chicago mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel. TV anchors Katie Couric, Jim Lehrer and Diane Sawyer. Plus Christiane Amanpour and Wolf Blitzer. The Republican speaker is Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels and the Democratic speaker is HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.

POTUS will offer the evening’s closing remarks.

Morning Reading List 07.08.09

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What we know and what we’re reading this Wednesday morning…

NEWSPAPERS | ONLINE | NEWS NOTES | WEST WING REPORTAGE | JOBS

NEWSPAPERS

The deadline for bids for the Boston Globe has been postponed.

RADIO

We told you yesterday about Air America’s interview with Todd Purdum. If you missed it, you can listen online here. Purdum discussed Palin’s unpredictability, her lack of curiosity and her “casual” relationship with the truth, all characteristics that came out in last fall’s presidential campaign, and gained traction in recent days as she announced her resignation. As Purdum told Air America’s Jack Rice, “She really is willing to say that black is white and day is night.”

ONLINE

Are Murdoch and Google eyeing a Twitter purchase?

NEWS NOTES

Michael Jackson memorial notes: Mediaite’s Glynnis MacNicol and Steve Krakauer joined the mediabistro Morning Media Menu to discuss coverage. Listen in here. From TVNewser: Jackson Notes, Gathering at the Crossroads of the World for Michael Jackson Memorial and Inspired By The Coverage of One King’s Funeral, Shepard Smith Now Anchors Another’s.

And WaPo’s Tom Shales: Never Can Say Goodbye, Even in Death, Jackson Is Good TV.

In Sunday’s WaPo, the aunt of a solider killed in Afghanistan on the same day as Michael Jackson decried the lack of TV news coverage for the soldiers as the media went in to overdrive on the Jackson story. She wrote: “Mr. Jackson received days of wall-to-wall coverage in the media. Where was the coverage of my nephew or the other soldiers who died that week?”

WEST WING REPORTAGE

Some notes on President Obama’s trip overseas from Politico‘s Josh Gerstein via Playbook: “Morning for the White House Press Corps kicked off with an enervating 3 a.m. bus call at the hotel in Moscow. (Some TV folks basically went straight from standups to the buses).”

HAT TIPS: mediabistro

JOBS after the jump…

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Morning Reading List 07.07.09

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Happy Birthday to Malie Krauss– hope you’re still reading out on the West Coast! What we know and what we’re reading this Tuesday morning…

NEWSPAPERS | TV | ONLINE | MAGAZINES | BOOKS | NEWS NOTES | JOBS

NEWSPAPERS

Cell phone smackdown at the NYT. NYO: New York Times editors are now strongly encouraging staffers to quit texting on their company cell phones, avoid using the phones entirely when overseas on assignment and never, ever to call 411 with a company phone.

AP reports bids are due this week for the Boston Globe.

TV

Washington Whispers reports CBS’ Bob Schieffer is playing host to a particularly special Russian student Dariya this summer. Read their story here.

RADIO

VF‘s Todd Purdum will appear on Air America today at 2:30pm for an interview with Jack Rice. Hard to believe, but his buzzed about Sarah Palin article in VF only hits newstands today.

Casey Kasem is retiring.

ONLINE

TechCrunch reports investor Marc Andreessen is putting money into TalkingPointsMemo.

Clean Skies News- a web-based news group reporting on energy and the environment- will launch an on-demand platform next Wednesday, giving reporters and bloggers a sneak peek inside the newsroom and studio. You can also check out their newly redesigned website here.

MAGAZINES

Speaking of Purdum’s Palin article- it is a hit for VF, generating just under two million page views in six days, according to Peter Kafka‘s MediaMemo.

BOOKS

In the latest round of Levi vs. Sarah, as described by the NY Post, Levi Johnston may be looking to write a Palin tell-all. According to Page Six: “Until the tell-all is released, though, Johnston is considering “a leading role” in a movie and a possible upcoming TV “docu-drama.”

NEWS NOTES

Newsweek journalist Maziar Bahari will face trial in Iran, accused of “acting against national security.” More at Breitbart and a plea from his mother in Newsweek.

WEST WING REPORTAGE

More on Kal Penn‘s gig at the White House in TWT… turns out he took the bus to work yesterday and is going by his legal name Kalpen Modi.

From Accuracy in Media: The Cost of Controlling The Press.

HAT TIPS: mediabistro

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Morning Reading List 07.01.09

Good morning FishbowlDC!

Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List? Drop us a line.

What we know and what we’re reading this Wednesday morning…

NEWSPAPERS | TV | ONLINE | MAGAZINES | NEWS NOTES | WEST WING REPORTAGE | JOBS

NEWSPAPERS

WSJ: Gannett Co., the largest U.S. newspaper publisher by daily circulation, will cut between 1,000 and 2,000 jobs out of its 41,500-person work force in response to continuing revenue declines. The cuts will come from the U.S. Community Publishing division, which consists of more than 80 local dailies.

TV

Check out mediabistro’s Laurel Touby on Carlos Watson‘s 11am hour on MSNBC today.

The Pew Research Center reports TV news devoted 28 hours to Michael Jackson coverage and 93% of cable airtime (h/t TVNewser). Early in the week the media gave ongoing attention to protests over the Iranian election. And by the end of the week Iran filled 19% of the newshole, making it the No. 1 topic of the week. By Wednesday attention shifted to the third biggest story of the week – the affair of South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford. But the passing of the “King of Pop” on Thursday, the #2 story of the week, dominated late week coverage. The TV nets devoted more than 28 hours to Jackson’s life and death. The cable nets devoted 93% of their airtime to Jackson on Thursday and Friday.

Tom Shales‘ in WaPo on why TV critics are needed more than ever: “Sadly, there are people who maintain that TV critics are anachronisms, unnecessary luxuries in a fidgety digital age. Unfortunately, some of those people happen to be newspaper editors. At more than just a handful of papers around the country, the job has simply been abolished.”

ONLINE

TVNewser profiles Aaron Brown and asks about Twitter. He’s doing a PBS series “Wide Angle.” “My students made me open a Twitter account, but I have never Twittered or read a Tweet,” he says. “It’s self-indulgent nonsense. I don’t get it. I’m 60. I’m not sure I’m supposed to get this stuff.”

MAGAZINES

Vibe Magazine is shutting down.

NEWS NOTES

About that Todd Purdum piece on Sarah Palin in VFPolitico: “A hard-hitting piece on Sarah Palin in the new Vanity Fair has touched off a blistering exchange of insults among high-profile Republicans over last year’s GOP ticket — tearing open fresh wounds about leaks surrounding Palin and the internal wars that paralyzed the campaign in its final days.”

And Craig Crawford in CQ: “Now they tell us. John McCain’s staffers are lining up to anonymously trash Sarah Palin and feed a news media assault against the 2008 GOP running mate. These pathetic wimps offer nothing but unattributed quotes to Vanity Fair saying they felt she wasn’t up to snuff and whining that she refused to properly study up on policy issues.”

WEST WING REPORTAGE

AP’s David Bauder writes about the selective coverage of the Obama girls, Sasha and Malia. “Images are great when they can be controlled. And when it comes to the Obama kids, the White House can be very controlling. Sasha and her 10-year-old sister Malia have been shielded carefully from the public, but they are by no means invisible.”

HAT TIPS: mediabistro

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Atlantic/NJ Poll of Prominent Journos Says Journalism Hurt By Internet; Obama Coverage “Right”

The Atlantic and National Journal turned to the big dogs to get a read on the state of traditional journalism.

They polled 43 prominent journalists on whether journalism has been helped or hurt by the Internet- 65 percent said it has been hurt more, while 34 percent said it has been helped more.

On the coverage of President Obama- of 45 respondents, 71 percent say it has been “about right,” 22 percent say it’s been “too easy” and 7 percent say it has been “too tough.”

Those polled include: Peter Beinart, Gloria Borger, David Brooks, Carl Cannon, Tucker Carlson, Jonathan Chait, Roger Cohen, Steve Coll, Sam Donaldson, Bob Edwards, James Fallows, Howard Fineman, Frank Foer, Ron Fournier, Jeffrey Goldberg, Jeff Greenfield, Glenn Greenwald, David Gregory, Mark Halperin, Christopher Hitchens, Al Hunt, Mort Kondracke, Jim Lehrer, Ruth Marcus, Joshua Micah Marshall, Chris Matthews, Jane Mayer, Doyle McManus, John Micklethwait, Dana Milbank, Markos Moulitsas, Katherine McIntire Peters, Todd Purdum, Cokie Roberts, Eugene Robinson, Tom Shoop, Roger Simon, Scott Simon, Ray Suarez, Nina Totenberg, Linda Wertheimer, Leon Wieseltier, Juan Williams, Judy Woodruff, Fareed Zakaria.

Read the rest of The Atlantic/NJ’s findings here.

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