I’m working on noting the additions for you. Coming soon ...
Additions on this update:
21. Shannon Brownlee - Author, New America Foundation
45. Kathleen Geier - Talking Points Memo
50. Jaana Goodrich - Blogger
67. Robert Kuttner - American Prospect, Economic Policy Institute
72. Robert Mackey - New York Times
73. Maggie Mahar - The Century Foundation
74. Dylan Matthews - Harvard University
77. Sara Mead - New America Foundation
84. Rodger Payne - University of Louisville
86. Nico Pitney - Huffington Post
92. Lamar Robertson - Partnership for Public Service
111. Paul Starr - The Atlantic
123. Paul Waldman - Author, American Prospect
128. D. Brad Wright - University of NC at Chapel Hill
I have set up the site...
We can publish the names there.
Is is possible to also post this sorted by organization?
IMHO, we should use the left’s McDonald’s strategy. Instead of talking about the faceless “fast food industry,” they focus on a single company: McDonald’s. This puts a face on their attack, and makes everything more concrete in the public’s mind.
I’m thinking CNN (or its parent company Time-Warner) would be a good, high visibility example. It depends on if enough people were involved.
My point is, instead of calling on “the media” to police itself over the journolist list, we should be calling on CNN/Time-Warner to be policing itself. Telling us exactly how it was influenced, and firing any reporters involved with journolist.
I absolutely cannot believe no one from ABC, NBC, CBS, MSNBC, CNN and way to many PBS channels are not in on this.
Where are there names?