Categories: Katie Couric

New Model For News Possibly The Most Promising Yet

Posted by: Jon Fine on April 24

New model for auto-tune abuse also possibly the most promising yet. Someone, please make the guys behind this famous. (Also, someone please give that Couric character a recording contract, stat.)...

Towards A Unified Theory Of Making A Good Business From Mediocrity, Network News Division

Posted by: Jon Fine on April 23

Slate’s Troy Patterson spent some quality time recently with CBS News’ slate of programs, and, from the sounds of it, it damn near made him lose his mind:...

A Smart Piece About Katie Couric In The Morning Versus Katie Couric In The Evening

Posted by: Jon Fine on January 18

The Atlantic’s Caitlin Flanagan is a talented writer whose work I often find exasperating, but her review of Ed Klein’s book on Katie Couric (which she wisely uses as an...

Brian, Charles and Katie: Keep Their Day Jobs

Posted by: Jon Fine on October 12

Sometimes the conclusions you arrive at are surprising. It’s nice when it happens; the world and its manifold data have should never lose the ability to astonish, etc. Thus it...

Nowadays Anyone Can Do Video On The Web! (Who Knew?)

Posted by: Jon Fine on May 22

Experiment time: Vanity Fair columnist Michael Wolff (with whom I semiregularly spar about things media on CNBC) and I are playing around with videos for mediabistro.com in which we pontificate...

Bob Schieffer's Tenure At CBS Certain To Be Remembered As Being More Significant For Anchordom Than The Ford Presidency Is For . . . Presidencydom

Posted by: Jon Fine on April 04

Boy, this comes (registration required) as a total surprise. (But kudos to TV Week for breaking it.)...

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