Exhibit A: media interviews as a conversation

Last week I wondered if Obama would give some respect back to the media and let them do their job. Well, would you believe I’m not the only one thinking this way…? Below is some media interaction 101 from the President and President-elect. For Obama it’s a productive conversation, for Bush it’s a nearly laughable obligation. Enjoy, and thanks to Jon Stewart…

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3 Responses to “Exhibit A: media interviews as a conversation”

  1. kidnomar Says:

    Good piece. When I think of intellectual thought-leaders in America, Jon Stewart and Comedy Central are certainly first to mind…

  2. Evan Zall Says:

    And well you should…actually, Jon Stewart tests thought leaders more than he is one himself. But he came pretty close beginning with this appearance on Crossfire:

  3. Mark Shapiro Says:

    Really nice, Evan, thanks for sharing that!

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