Media

Tim Russert: "Big Russ and Me" (Miramax)

June 4, 2004

The host of "Meet the Press" writes about growing up in Buffalo and lessons learned from his father.

Bob Edwards: "Edward R. Murrow and the Birth of Broadcast Journalism" (Wiley)

May 21, 2004

One of America's best-known broadcasters examines the life and legacy of this country's first and perhaps greatest broadcaster.

Anna Quindlen: "Loud and Clear" (Random House)

April 21, 2004

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Anna Quindlen shares her views on the state of journalism and a range of issues from politics to family life.

Ken Auletta: "Backstory" (The Penguin Press)

January 23, 2004

Ken Auletta has been called "America's premier media critic." Since 1992 he's written the "Annals of Communications" column for The New Yorker. His latest book, "Backstory" is a collection of his columns, revised...

BBC Controversy

July 31, 2003

The British Broadcasting Corporation is coming under increasing fire for an Iraqi weapons report that aired in May. A panel discusses the role of the BBC, patriotism and the press.

Politics and the Internet

July 9, 2003

A panel talks about the growth of political activism, organizing, fundraising, and campaigning online, and what it could mean in the fall of 2004.

New York Times Resignations

June 9, 2003

Diane and her guests examine the scandals, personalities, professional culture and pressures behind the resignations of two top editors at the New York Times, and the significance of this dramatic shakeup for the news business and news...

FCC Media Ownership Rules

May 29, 2003

A discussion about the Federal Communications Commission's upcoming decision on whether to loosen restrictions on media ownership. Supporters of the change say the regulations need to keep up with 21st-century realities, while opponents...

Media Ownership

February 26, 2003

The FCC is reviewing long-standing rules that limit some corporate consolidations among television, radio, and print organizations. A panel joins Diane to talk about the intent of the rules and their relevance in today's marketplace.

Bob Schieffer: "This Just In" (Putnam)

February 17, 2003

Bob Schieffer, host of CBS' "Face the Nation", offers an insider's look at the news industry and newsmakers, and talks about his career as a journalist spanning almost 40 years.

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