INTERVIEW – MARK LEVIN – host of the “Mark Levin Show on WMAL and author of new book “Unfreedom of the Press”
- BOOK SIGNING ON Saturday June 01, 2019 10:00 AM at the Barnes N Noble in Tysons Corner
- BARR’S INTERVIEW ON CBS: Barr said he believes special counsel Robert Mueller could have made a decision about whether President Trump obstructed justice.
- New York Times bans reporters from CNN’s Don Lemon, MSNBC’s Maddow shows for being ‘too partisan:’ report. (Fox News) — The New York Times is cracking down on its own reporters, stopping them from appearing on certain primetime cable news shows seen as being “too partisan,” according to a new report. Vanity Fair published the explosive report, which alleged MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and Lawrence O’Donnell, as well as CNN anchor Don Lemon, made the newspaper’s no-go list.
- CNN MONEY PROBLEMS: CNN To Start Making Freelancers Wait 3 Months For Payment (Daily Caller) — CNN is reportedly set to impose a “net 90” payment term on freelance employees beginning in June, meaning the company’s freelancers will be paid just once every three months. “In a blow to their financial stability, CNN sent a letter to several of the network’s freelancers this week, extending their payment terms to net 90 (payment 90 days after invoice). The change is to ‘be better aligned with our corporate requirements,’” a Twitter user named Marcus DiPaola said on Tuesday night. CNN also eliminated more than 100 full-time employees this month via buyouts. “We have nearly 4,000 people at CNN,” a spokesman said at the time. “Around 100 of them exercised the option for a program that was offered. That’s it.”
- CNN’s Jim Acosta says media ‘neutrality’ doesn’t serve us in the age of Trump, admits to ‘showboating’ and ‘grandstanding’ (Fox News) — CNN’s White House star, and frequent Trump foil, Jim Acosta has declared that media ‘neutrality’ is no longer a possibility under this president. In his new book, “The Enemy of the People: A Dangerous Time to Tell the Truth in America,” Acosta admits to occasionally “grandstanding” and “showboating” during White House press briefings and that he “opts for the bait.” “Neutrality for the sake of neutrality doesn’t really serve us in the age of Trump,” Acosta writes, according to excerpts from his upcoming book obtained by The Guardian.