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August 31, 2006

Olbermann's Murrow Moment Media  Politics

Great stuff from Keith Olbermann:

The last three minutes, especially.

[Thanks, Ken]

Update: [5:08 PM] - Text is here.

Posted by Jonathan at August 31, 2006 04:17 PM  del.icio.us digg NewsVine Reddit YahooMyWeb

Comments

This is the first time I've heard of Keith Olbermann, but based on this commentary he seems admirable. This stuff is so much more attractive than hype, isn't it? So you'd think the truth would sell better than what's being sold today. To stand up to this government, think critically and ask the tough questions seems like it would increase distributions, attract more viewers, sell more ads and in the process increase profits for media. So it’s logical to conclude that big media desires something more than money.

Posted by: Jeff at September 1, 2006 02:16 PM