What They Can't Buy

In an interview today, Post executive editor Leonard Downie Jr. made clear that the top concern of the paper’s editorial team wasn’t regular

In an interview today, Post executive editor Leonard Downie Jr. made clear that the top concern of the paper’s editorial team wasn’t regular readers after all — it was the Bush administration...read on

FiredogLake: "This flap is brought to you courtesy of the Republican Party, who will not stand to see itself criticized by a major media outlet without seeking to take down the one who is doing so. Of course, considering Harris's past as one of the people who hijacked the nation and started speaking in tongues over rumors of penis-shaped ornaments on the Clinton Christmas tree, this is hardly surprising....read on

Jay Rosen has an excellent post up: "PressThink interviews two key players in a dispute at the Washington Post over Dan Froomkin's Web column...read on"

Marty Kaplan does as well on the Huff Post.

I got to the point today when my N.Y. "street talk" almost got the best of me and made it's way onto C&L, after I found out about this one. I should re-phrase my headline and say that they have already bought a number of these supposedly neutral reporters and Corporations to do their dirty work already.


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