New York Sun has one month to live if it doesn't find new funding, according to NY Observer report.
We'll see if Slate's Timothy Noah is right about the pundit reaction to Palin's Wednesday night speech.
To "stand strong" in the face of the McCain media assault.
FAIR examines the press' initial reaction to the Palin pick.
Will the mainstream press tell that same story?
Open Left is amazed.
As part of massive media push back regarding the Palin pick, McCain camp's Steve Schmidt, who was personally involved in vetting and selecting Palin, complains to the WaPo that the campaign has been "under siege" from reporters asking scurrilous questions and creating a "feeding frenzy."
Schmidt though, provides almost no names of reporters who are acting unprofessional. Instead, the article makes references to "some reporters." And the one journalist Schmidt does name, Newsweek's Howard Fineman, denies Schmidt's specific claim.
Favorite Roger Ailes quote: "I wanted him to understand that we're a real journalism organization."
Earlier this year that the press wasn't paying enough attention to Palin's family life. CJR.org has the details.