Future of the Political Pundit
Panelists talked the future of political analysts, or “pundits,” in an increasingly competitive news and entertainment… read more
Panelists talked the future of political analysts, or “pundits,” in an increasingly competitive news and entertainment market. Among the topics they addressed were the place of media commentary within television journalism, the impact of television news discussions on the quality of public and political discourse, and the degree to which political debate had been reduced to entertainment. They also responded to questions from the audience.
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Mr. Karlin’s name was misspelled in the first portions of the program. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Ingraham, Laura Radio Talk Show Host
- Karlin, Ben Executive Producer
- Lockhart, Joseph Senior Adviser Kerry Presidential Campaign
- Podesta, John D. President and CEO Center for American Progress
- Scarborough, Joe Talk Show Host MSNBC->Scarborough Country
- Underwood, Sheryl Comedian
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