Before Bernard Goldberg gets any more excited about the “secret” revelations on page 130 of the 2005 Boccardi-Thornburgh report, he should really check out another page in the whole Dan Rather vs. CBS vs. President Bush saga.
Mr. Goldberg, please turn your attention to page 65 of Truth and Duty, by Mary Mapes. Read More
The Best of the Best from TV news interviews, August 14 to August 21:
On Nightline, Frank Bruni told ABC’s John Berman about his pet peeves as a food critic. “I hate that common phrase in a restaurant, you know, are you done working on that?” said Mr. Bruni. “As if you’re Read More
On July 15, the daily Publisher’s Lunch e-mail offered a startling piece of nonfiction sales news: “Another recent big release, Bob Woodward’s THE SECRET MAN, is reported to have moved 17,900 copies in its opening week on sale, following an announced first printing of 850,000 copies and a laydown of somewhat less than that.”
The Read More
Right-wing ruckmaker Bernard Goldberg has a new enemies list, and the New York Times is on it. Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. and columnist Paul Krugman are Nos. 2 and 8 respectively in Goldberg’s just-released volume 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America (And Al Franken Is #37). Times Book Review editor Sam Tanenhaus isn’t in Read More