When Jon Klein said it, I’m sure he knew Dallas Morning News would use it, and I’m sure he knew the bloggers (like me) would plaster it in a headline, and I’m sure he knew FNC would come up with a response.
“They sound a little nervous,” Klein said to Ed Bark, referring to Fox News. “And guess what, they should be. Because we haven’t even started trying yet.” Which begs the question: When will they start trying?
> Also: “Literally thousands of stories break every day. But on any given day, conventional wisdom arises, and you get the same five stories on the cable news channels. That’s a big reason why television has lost so many news consumers to the Web…Breadth and in-depth reporting are what we have to repossess and reclaim,” Klein says.
> Update: 3:10pm: “Iâ€™m sure Greta is scared silly based on her showâ€™s astronomical numbers this week,” Inside Cable News says.
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