Marvin Kalb on PBS
June 17, 2002 11:42 PM   Subscribe

Marvin Kalb on PBS about the state of the media, Middle East, Bush, etc.. "If somebody says something to you and you have a requirement to go on the air live, you are apt to say what that person just said to you before you've had a chance to check on what the person said. All of these things now create a rushed tumult, which is very noisy and which sort of goes for news today, but in my judgment, isn't news, it's noise.
posted by semmi (1 comment total)
That was a great read. Thank you, semmi.
posted by donkeyschlong at 1:30 AM on June 18, 2002

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