This rejection of gavel-to-gavel coverage, which survives on C-SPAN alone, might be defensible if real reporting had taken its place. But it's rare when anyone conducts an actual news-making interview the kind where a reporter gets someone to reveal something we didn't already know. What passes for interviewing today is conversation unchallenged speculation combined with the repetition of rock-hard "talking point" positions we all know by heart.<br><br>So true.<br><br>link<br><br>
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