At least the on-air smackdowns between anchors are fun to watch.
Who's the first person Maureen Dowd quotes in today's New York Times column to gage the "vibe" at the Democratic convention? A partisan Republican operative and former McCain aide, naturally.
If Hillary Clinton would get booed by Obama delegates Tuesday night. Sterling media insight, indeed.
Until Ron Fournier recuses himself. One online idea to push back.
Says The Blue Voice. (And it's only Tuesday.)
Nieman Watchdog has some advice for journalists (and the rest of us, for that matter):
Because of the way humans process information, political journalists who think they are dispelling false beliefs may actually be spreading them. Two brain experts offer ground rules for reporters who want to avoid becoming accessories to disinformation campaigns. Rule one: Stop repeating things that aren't true.
TNR gathered a panel of judges to toast all the amazingly wonderful campaign journalism that's been produced this year. (For real.)
Fact: No fewer than four of the judges who selected the winners were singled out themselves for praise by the panel of judges. The new definition of back scratching?