It’s short compared to its cable TV counterparts (the commercials aren’t missing, though), but probably a good length for online consumption.
Still, Cillizza and Kucinich manage to take that bit of time and cover everything from Chris Christie v. Rand Paul to Anthony Weiner to San Diego’s Mayor Bob Filner. And unlike most anchors, because of their extensive reporting experience, seem to be able to offer more than a standard bit of insight.
Post TV has two other shows, On Background, another political show, and The Fold, a nightly news magazine.
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