David Shuster‘s “1600 Pennsylvania Avenue” is looking to the Web. The anchor is now active on Twitter, and yesterday he revealed he would spend a segment on the program each night looking at what’s being talked about on the “net.”
But not just anywhere on the Web. “Every day at this time, we’re going to bring you a key issue in the progressive blogosphere,” said Shuster.
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