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Former CBS Reporter and Producer Bernard Goldberg

His bestselling book is Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News. He claims that nealy all the media put a liberal spin on the news. Goldberg worked for CBS for nearly 30 years and won seven Emmy awards. He now works for HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.

Former CBS Reporter and Producer Bernard Goldberg

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'Simpsons' producers Al Jean and Mike Reiss

Both have been with the show since it went on the air. They're part of the "Harvard Mafia," comedy writers from Harvard who have influenced the comedy business from Saturday Night Live to The Muppet Show. This interview first aired July 17, 1992.

'Simpsons' producers Al Jean and Mike Reiss

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