Yes, I’m aware of it. I don’t know what’s the cause but I’m assuming it’s Blogsome’s servers forcing them down our throats. I’m trying to find out the cause but there’s probably nothing I can do about it…
October 30, 2005
I don’t have a lot of information on this because it’s so under the radar but Hardball is scheduled to air a special tonight at 9 pm EST on the CIA leak investigation/Scooter Libby indictment. The only reason I know this is happening is because my on screen program guide says so. Other than that I haven’t heard a peep on this last second special.
Newhouse News Service’s Mathew Futterman has an in depth look at Mad Money with Jim Cramer and its host…
“The reserved Jim Cramer you saw on ‘Kudlow & Cramer’ the past three years, that wasn’t me,” Cramer says calmly during a recent interview on the set of his show at CNBC’s Englewood Cliffs headquarters. “This show is me. This is what it was like at the hedge fund. The screaming, the yelling at the computer monitors as the ticker crawls on the screen. That’s me.”
Maybe it is. Maybe it isn’t. Does it matter?
Tim Cuprisin of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel uses the release of the new film “Good Night, and Good Luck” to look at who may be today’s version of Edward R. Murrow….
One of those news personalities is Geraldo Rivera, who reported live from New Orleans for Fox News Channel after Hurricane Katrina struck two months ago. He sees some of the coverage of that disaster as following in the tradition set by Murrow.
“Shep Smith was magnificent,” Rivera said. “Anderson Cooper was also very good.”
Smith is with Fox News, Cooper with CNN. Rivera isn’t alone in citing the cable news anchors for their work from New Orleans, tracing their style back a half-century.
Rivera described them as being in the Murrow mold of “sincere men motivated to use the power of television to right a terrible social disaster that was unfolding right before our eyes.”