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Frontline to look at Bush-press relationship, industry, future (PART 1 TONIGHT)

Discussion in 'Journalism topics only' started by 2muchcoffeeman, Feb 12, 2007.

  1. 2muchcoffeeman

    2muchcoffeeman Active Member

    http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/newswar/preview/

    The overview:

    Part 1, Tuesday:

    Part 2, Tuesday next:

    Part 3, Tuesday following:

    Part 4, March 27:

    I look forward to this series.
     
  2. RokSki

    RokSki New Member

    Re: 'Frontline' to look at Bush-press relationship, industry, future

    I can't wait to see this. Frontline is one of the only non-sports shows I watch anymore on TV.

    This should be great. Thanks for posting this, coffee. :)
     
  3. wickedwritah

    wickedwritah Guest

    Re: 'Frontline' to look at Bush-press relationship, industry, future

    Heard a brief snippet of an interview with the producer on Fresh Air tonight. Downloadable at npr.org for those interested.
     
  4. 2muchcoffeeman

    2muchcoffeeman Active Member

    Re: 'Frontline' to look at Bush-press relationship, industry, future

    De nada.

    For a moment I was wondering if anybody had seen the thread at all, given the rapidity with which it slipped off Page 1.
     
  5. Rick Shanley

    Rick Shanley Member

    I watched this last night and thought it was well done, as all Frontline documentaries are, although I started to nod off during the in-depth discussion about the Plame case. It became less and less about media in general and more about the elite -- the elite politicians and the elite journalists -- and after a while of watching them stab each other in the back, it really gets boring. Both sides are so arrogant. I liked how this portion of the documentary ended by saying the Plame case was really nothing more than political games. Don't get me wrong -- I hate Bush -- but I'm growing more and more weary of the New York Times and Washington Post, too.
     
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