PJM Political 06/19/10: Mistah Cronkite, He Dead
Is the Real News Dead? It's certainly pining for the fjords these days, as Michael Ledeen, Roger L. Simon, Avi Davis, Scott Baker, and Ed Driscoll discuss, in a wrap-up of last week's conference at Pepperdine. Plus Glenn Reynolds and Mickey Kaus. Hosted by the Vodkapundit himself, Steve Green.
June 19, 2010 - 2:00 pm
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Join host Steve Green of VodkaPundit.com for a look at Washington and beyond, featuring Steve’s guests:
- Roger L. Simon, Michael Ledeen, and Avi Davis of the American Freedom Alliance, on last weeks’ AFA-sponsored conference. “Is the (Real) News Dead?”, on the state of old and new media at Pepperdine University last weekend in Malibu, CA.
- Ed Driscoll interviews Scott Baker of the B-Cast, the pioneering hour-long nightly Blogosphere video newscast, now at its new, solo URL about the recent videos involving White House correspondent Helen Thomas and Rep. Robert Etheridge. (This interview was heavily edited for time; click here for the unedited version.)
- Glenn Reynolds interviews Mickey Kaus, pioneering blogger with Kausfiles.com, Bloggingheads.tv, Salon and the Huffington Post, about what he learned after his abortive run against Barbara Boxer earlier this month in the California primary for the Democratic Senate nomination. (For our earlier interview with Kaus on the eve of the CA primaries, click here.)
- Produced by Ed Driscoll.
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