TVSpy LostRemote AgencySpy PRNewser FishbowlNY FishbowlDC SocialTimes AllFacebook GalleyCat UnBeige MediaJobsDaily

Posts Tagged ‘Bonney Kapp’

FNC Embeds in Seventeen

mosheh_9-5.jpgSeventeen magazine profiles two of Fox News Channel’s young political reporters. Embed producers Bonney Kapp (with the Sen. Barack Obama campaign) and Mosheh Oinounou (with the Sen. John McCain campaign) have been on the trail for more than a year.

“What’s different this election is that young people are actually involved. In past elections, they never voted. Well, this time they are!” says Kapp.

Oinounou describes how young people can get involved in journalism. “It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world. Growing up, the things that are most important to you are directly around you,” he says. “But it’s also important to be aware of what’s going on in the world, because the world catches up to you very quickly!”

Kapp and Oinounou report on the campaign trail on Foxnews.com’s embed blog.

Mediabistro Course

Mediabistro Job Fair

Mediabistro Job FairLand your next big gig! Join us on January 27 at the Altman Building in New York City for an incredible opportunity to meet with hiring managers from the top New York media companies, network with other professionals and industry leaders, and land your next job. Register now!
 

Obama Picks His Hannity Representative

hannity_8-7.JPGSen. Barack Obama hasn’t appeared on Hannity & Colmes yet, but apparently he’s found someone he’d like to send on in his place.

Fox News embed producer Bonney Kapp writes on the Foxnews.com embed blog about a campaign event in Youngstown, Ohio earlier this week, when Obama took a question from the crowd that turned into a lengthy statement about Obama’s presidential merits.

“I might have to put Mr. Burgess on Fox News!” said Obama as the crowd cheered. “I’ll put Mr. Burgess up against Sean Hannity. He’ll tear him up.”

Hannity discussed the comment on H&C, and stuck to his wish to see Obama, and not a supporter, on the air. “I view that as a challenge, Senator. I’m saying come on the show,” he said.

> Update: A TVNewser commenter pointed out Hannity said the Obama supporter would be on the air this weekend. Last night at the end of H&C, Hannity said: “By the way, Mr. Burgess has agreed to be right here on the Fox News channel Sunday night, 9:00, “Hannity’s America,” and he’s going to be tearing me up.”