CNBC’s John Harwood on Obama’s second act and journalism’s bias! VIDEO INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: John Harwood, chief Washington correspondent, CNBC Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of former St. Petersburg Times journalists who may be more famous now but sure do miss Tampa Bay in February… in the NEW new media capitol of the world… St. Petersburg, Florida!   Here’s a job for you: No... Continue Reading →

Did the Roof Cave In on CNBC’s David Faber? PODCAST INTERVIEW

  CNBC anchor and reporter David Faber is my guest today. He’s the author of a new book, And Then the Roof Caved In: How Wall Street's Greed and Stupidity Brought Capitalism to Its Knees. I’m very excited for David and his new book, but first we have some old business to cover. He won’t... Continue Reading →

How Charles Grodin got to be whoever he is! PODCAST INTERVIEW

    Image via Wikipedia If you ever watched Charles Grodin on his old CNBC talk show—or on countless guest appearance on other shows, from Johnny Carson to David Letterman—you probably asked yourself, “Who does this guy think he is?” Apparently, Grodin wondered the same thing. The famously fussy Mr. CrankyPants has published a new... Continue Reading →

Knight Foundation CEO Alberto Ibargüen on journalism, stuff! PODCAST INTERVIEW

  With $2.6 billion in assets, the Miami-based John S. and James L. Knight Foundation is the 22nd largest foundation in the United States. Its mission is the betterment of the 26 communities in which it works and the promotion of journalism as a career and industry nationwide. The latter part of Knight’s mission is... Continue Reading →

94 David Andelman on A Shattered Peace–was WWII preventable? PODCAST INTERVIEW

David Andelman and I have been connected via the internet for the last few years. I frequently receive emails from people who remember me from CBS News or The New York Times, who want to reconnect via Facebook or network through LinkedIn. Unfortunately, I never worked for CBS News or The New York Times. And... Continue Reading →

85 MSNBC’s Chris Matthews plays Hardball nightly! INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Chris Matthews, MSNBC talk show host, "Hardball" Originally published June 30, 1997 As a political aide to a pantheon of Democratic stars from the last 25 years, including the late Senator Edmund S. Muskie and former House Speaker Tip O'Neill -- as well as a speechwriter for President Jimmy Carter -- Chris Matthews... Continue Reading →

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