Media Darlings: The Maverick or The Chosen One? On Wilshire & Washington

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Do reporters like John McCain better? Can Captain Straight
Talk Express even complain? And should Obama sidestep his rep as the Anointed
One? Plus, Teresa talks Jordanian blogs looking to paint Obama into Israel’s
camp…

On this week’s W&W show, Greg Mitchell, author of the new book So Wrong for
So Long and editor of Editor & Publisher, stops by to give a brief look
into last week’s Netroots Nation, and he joins two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning
cartoonist David Horsey of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer to discuss the
brouhaha over the New Yorker cartoon, editorial judgment, and Obama’s big trip
overseas. Mitchell talks the war, and the discrepancy between public opinion
and candidates’ talking points, while Horsey takes some time to address his own
approach to portraying McCain and Obama in cartoon-form.

Visit http://www.maegancarberry.com
to listen to the show. Just click the play button on the blue Blog Talk Radio
box in the multimedia column to the right.

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