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  • Through Turmoil and Tragedy, a Peppy News Pro Wakes Us with a Smile (Triple BARF!!! Alert)

    01/04/2004 8:30:03 PM PST · by ZULU · 22 replies · 269+ views
    Worldnet News ^ | January 4, 2004 | Worldnet news
    Through Turmoil and Tragedy, a Peppy News Pro Wakes Us with a Smile Premieres: Jan. 4, 9 p.m. Encores: Jan. 5, 12 a.m.; Jan. 6, 8 p.m. She hates the P-word, but you can hardly describe Katie Couric without saying "perky." For millions of Americans, she and Today cohost Matt Lauer represent a human jolt of caffeine. Yet for all her cheeriness, she has been lauded as one of the best in the business, slipping easily between serious topics and infotainment. Catch this E! True Hollywood Story, when it premieres Sun., Jan. 4, at 9 p.m., and see how Couric...
  • Today Show Baits Bremer Bashes Rush

    11/17/2003 4:39:09 AM PST · by governsleastgovernsbest · 72 replies · 260+ views
    The Today Show
    A double-header of liberal spite on this morning's Today Show. First up was an interview by Katie Couric of Amb. Paul Bremer, U.S. civil administrator in Iraq. Couric's questioning was a festival of second-guessing, baiting and barbs. "More soldiers have been killed in Iraq than in the first three years of the Vietnam War." [By the way, this is surely a question of semantics. When do you date the beginning of the war - when JFK sent in a few hundred "advisors" in the early 60s or when actual fighting began in '64 or so?} And of course Katie cited...
  • Big 3 Networks to Mark 9/11 with Harder Stance (They figure they can ambush the Administration now)

    08/12/2003 6:57:13 AM PDT · by mhking · 23 replies · 468+ views
    Yahoo! News / Hollywood Reporter ^ | 8.12.03 | Andrew Grossman
    NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - One month before the second anniversary of the Sept. 11 tragedy, the broadcast networks seem set to change the tone of their coverage of that event from focusing on the event itself and the memorials to looking more at policy issues in the aftermath of the attacks. The exact extent of the coverage is still uncertain as the networks await to hear from New York, Washington and Shanksville, Pa., on their plans for the day, but it is highly unlikely that ABC, CBS and NBC News will repeat their 2002 menu of broad live coverage...