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CNN's Stelter Doubts ‘Anyone’ Thinks Williams 'Deserves a 2nd Chance'

After breaking the news that NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams will be suspended indefinitely for six months without pay, Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter joined CNN’s AC360 to discuss the story with the Hollywood Reporter’s Marisa Guthrie and expressed doubt that “anyone in the country” believes that…

Will Sarah Palin Join ABC's 'The View' as a Conservative Pundit

After completing her first successful season as host of the Amazing America series on the cable TV Sportsman Channel -- and being renewed for a second run of 12 episodes -- is former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin also interested in joining the depleted ranks of panelists on ABC's The View? Judging from an email interview with Marisa Guthrie of The Hollywood Reporter…

MSNBC President Dismisses Anchors' Gaffes, Says They Haven't 'Hurt Us

Phil Griffin, head of the MSNBC cable television channel, told Marisa Guthrie of the Hollywood Reporter that he accepts responsibility for recent embarrassments that led Alec Baldwin and Martin Bashir to leave the network and Melissa Harris-Perry to offer a tearful on-air apology. "These were judgment calls made by some of our people. We handled them. We were transparent. That is our…

David Zurawik: NBC Hiring Chelsea Clinton a 'Journalistically Bankrupt

Baltimore Sun television critic David Zurawik on Sunday called NBC hiring Chelsea Clinton a "journalistically-bankrupt decision." Talking to CNN's Howard Kurtz about Clinton's debut, Zurawik said if she's been preparing for this all her life "it's been a largely wasted life" (video follows with transcript and commentary):

Hollywood Trade Mag Touts Maddow 'Won Primetime

Rachel Maddow is reluctantly ready for her close-up. Really. That's the impression left by this gushy profile of Maddow in the most recent issue of the Hollywood Reporter. First flag that goes up: the title of the story on the magazine cover -- "The Wonk Who Won Primetime."

CNN Panelist: Obama Can Talk to Ahmadinejad But Not Chris Wallace

With each passing day, more and more media members are taking shots at the Obama administration's strategy of attacking Fox News.On Sunday, one of the best observations yet came from Marisa Guthrie of Broadcasting & Cable magazine: "[Obama] can talk to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad but he can't talk to Chris Wallace."Such was stated on CNN's "Reliable Sources" after host Howard…