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Media Backtalk with Howard Kurtz
With the Internet, cable TV and 24-hour news networks, the news cycle is faster and more constant, with every minute carrying a new deadline. But more news isn't necessarily better. Washington Post media reporter Howard Kurtz answers your questions on the press and the business of journalism as well as the news of the day on Media Backtalk, Mondays at noon ET. Discussion archive to May 2003

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Media Backtalk
Post media columnist Howard Kurtz discusses the press.

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