: Howard Fineman goes to a Harvard panel of network news anchors and blogs from his Blackberry:
Still, the event had the air of a valedictory — a Sunday morning secular service in the dwindling church of network news. The Big Three had to face the fact that their nets are broadcasting only three hours of convention coverage here. They half-heartedly blamed the political parties for draining the events of drama.
Where the votes are
: Joe Trippi says at MSNBC that he’s sick of pols trying to find votes in cute places — among soccer moms — when the key is youth in “unlikely places:”
: Howard Stern. Recent polling suggests that fully 4 percent of the electorate are paying attention to what Howard Stern says and are inclined to follow his lead when it comes to who should be our next President. And these are 4 points who have never voted before
Disinvited bloggers get ink
: Somebody in big media — the LA Times, to be exact — finally gives attention to the bloggers disinvited to the Democratic National Convention.
The musical echo chamber
: The Toronto Star says that the Walkman is the original echo chamber:
In many ways, the Walkman and its spawn
To the point
The headline on Dan Okrent’s column today: “Is The New York Times a Liberal Newspaper?”
And the lead: “Of course it is.”