CNN’s Campbell Brown was profiled in the New York Times last weekend, saying, unlike her competition at 8pmET, “You’re not going to see me ever be partisan.” But that doesn’t mean you won’t see her take a stand. Her recent “rant” about the McCain campaign’s restrictions on Gov. Sarah Palin became an internet hit, and her Tucker Bounds interview set in motion a series of tough interviews for the campaign spokesperson. And TVNewser talked to Brown in St. Paul about her on-air take of Sen. Harry Reid‘s “shrill” comment after Palin’s speeech at the RNC.
Today at 3pmET, Brown will be here to answer your questions, as part of a TVNewser live chat. Come stop by, or start emailing your questions to TVNewser@mediabistro.com. We’ll be talking tonight’s debate, last week’s VP debate and more.
Past live chats:
- In 'The News Sorority,' Couric is 'Brash,' Sawyer 'Machiavellian,' Amanpour's 'Moral Superiority'
- Was Alleged Audio of Michael Brown Shooting on CNN a Hoax?
- Turner Offers Buyouts to Hundreds of Employees; Will Also Seek 'Additional Reductions in Staffing'
- How Cable News Covered Michael Brown's Funeral, Al Sharpton's Eulogy