“A couple points of clarification.”
The all-important chemistry between the talent on the set of CNN’s New Day seems to be there, but the show will need to do more if it wants to stand out in the crowded field of established morning talk shows.
The metric of the future will be web traffic, and the sooner the cable news networks realize it, the better.
During a hearing on Capitol Hill, FBI Director Robert Mueller used the events of September 11, 2001 as an example of why the National Security Agency’s monitoring of all Americans communications are critical.
The Dirty Wars director, who spent the past week promoting his new film on cable news, called MSNBC “one long episode of the E! True Hollywood Story of Barack Obama.”
“You put that little phone in the charger and it’s facing you—anyone can watch you while you sleep. We’re entering 1984.”
One of them is her uncle, Fred Upton of Michigan.
The former Fox host expressed disappointment at the network’s coverage of the source who leaked information about the National Security Agency’s PRISM surveillance program.
The man who helped reveal the identity of the former CIA employee responsible for the NSA leaks had tense early morning debate with MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski over what he calls the administration’s “rampant abuse” of power.