Where Do You Get Your Political News?

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Factcheck.org or Jay Leno? The New York Times or Wonkette? There are a lot of ways to cover a campaign — and just as many ways to get election news. We discuss the changing role of the media in a very political year.


David Grann, staff writer for the New Yorker magazine; wrote story about "The Note," a political news digest on ABC News' website, in the Oct. 18, 2004, New Yorker issue.

Howard Kurtz, media reporter for The Washington Post; host of CNN's Reliable Sources.

Karen Tumulty, national political correspondent for Time magazine.



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