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Brian Williams has issued the following statement.Effective immediately, I am giving up my positions as acting President of NBC News, Senior Communications Consultant to the Democratic National Committee , Special Advisor to the President and Managing Editor and Anchor of NBC Nightly News. These actions are entirely my decision and are the result of recent, troublesome events in […]
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The vigilant PC watchdogs of MSNBC took a 60-second break from fretting about racism to ring in Cinco de Mayo. An early morning host honored Mexico’s proud victory over the French by stumbling around the studio in a sombrero, shaking maracas and taking a swig from a cheap bottle of tequila.
NBC is apparently concerned that David Gregory is insane. Which is a sign that NBC might not be.
Paul Farhi has a new piece up at the Washington Post examining the ratings wars for Sunday morning political talk shows (it’s a lot like the late night wars, except that normal people actually get news from late-night comedians).