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Wednesday Links & Open Thread

Latest cable news links [6:57 pm]:

Murdoch's 16% solution.

Estrich: Politics isn't fair.

Video: Greta w/Bob Bennett uncut.

MSNBC's big night.

Alan feels the love.

CNN's "chills".

CNN denies pro-Obama slant. Cafferty.

New Factor segment (Mondays): Juan Williams & Kinky Friedman.

Defining hate speech down. FNC "outrage" du jour?

Ratings: fluke or trend? Cable's best.

Debate reax: Russert lost control? Hotline. Influenced by fake news? Brats? Misogynists? Unfair? Bizarre? Silly? Inside the spin room. The Limbaugh connection?

CNN's heavy-handed mods?

Video: Tucker vs Clinton campaign.


Use our valuable bandwidth to post your cable news comments in today's open thread. Standard rules apply.




Kirk
I am not sure which is more gaa gaa for Obama CNN of MSNBC, after last night debate right off the bat Olby and Mathews were bashing Clinton. It is a shame but I don't think anything can be done
February 27, 2008, 12:39:49 PM EST – Like – Reply


Mike Chimeri
With Williams and Friedman becoming a regular Monday segment on "The Factor," what's going to happen to Kirsten Powers and Margaret Hoover? I really like their segments; and Margaret.
February 27, 2008, 6:44:16 PM EST – Like – Reply


johnny dollar
I like Margaret and Kirsten. Maybe they'll do both segments, but I suspect the new one will replace the old.
February 27, 2008, 6:47:34 PM EST – Like – Reply


Fox Fan
Bill never lets us down in the bombshell category. I might be the first to complain about some of the Britney/bikini/"viewer warning" segments but I love the smart, attractive blonde guests.
February 27, 2008, 7:14:10 PM EST – Like – Reply


Mike Chimeri
If Kirsten and Margaret's segment does get shelved, it's too bad. Again, it was a good one, even after Michelle Malkin left...and I'm no fan of her.
February 27, 2008, 8:37:08 PM EST – Like – Reply


Mike Chimeri
In a similar vein, Margaret's blog hasn't been updated in two weeks.
February 27, 2008, 10:24:29 PM EST – Like – Reply


SteveMG
CNN asks its journalists whether they are biased toward Obama and against Clinton. In other words, are you unprofessional?
 
Shockingly, they all disagree that they are biased.
 
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
February 27, 2008, 11:16:13 PM EST – Like – Reply