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Keith Olbermann’s synthesis of in-depth Murrow-esque reporting and hard-hitting opinionated analysis has attracted a growing audience and turned the O’Reilly model on its head. The Nation magazine has a profile of broadcast journalism’s rising star.
In the last two weeks, The N.Y. Times has run lengthy, worthwhile profiles of DNC Chair Howard Dean (free today) and RNC Chair Ken Mehlman (need TimesSelect access).
Morley Safer profiles Stephen Colbert in the wake of his take-no-prisoners roast of President Bush. Watch for the bit about the origins of “truthiness.”
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