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December 21, 2013
Sounds like we'll be seeing Mika Brzezinski, the co-host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe," in Baltimore in the coming years. At least around parents' weekend. Brzezinski was all smiles this week when co-host Joe Scarborough asked her about her weekend. Why the grin, asked Scarborough — did she travel to the South of France? "No south of France. I was home being a mom. I'm a happy mom … . I have a kid in college. Early decision," she said. And where will her daughter attend?
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December 21, 2013
Sounds like we'll be seeing Mika Brzezinski, the co-host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe," in Baltimore in the coming years. At least around parents' weekend. Brzezinski was all smiles this week when co-host Joe Scarborough asked her about her weekend. Why the grin, asked Scarborough — did she travel to the South of France? "No south of France. I was home being a mom. I'm a happy mom … . I have a kid in college. Early decision," she said. And where will her daughter attend?
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By Julie Scharper and The Baltimore Sun | December 19, 2013
Sounds like we'll be seeing Mika Brzezinski, the co-host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe," in Baltimore in the coming years.  At least around parents' weekend at Hopkins. Brzezinski was all smiles this week when co-host Joe Scarborough asked her about her weekend.  Why the grin, asked Scarborough, did she travel to the South of France? "No South of France. I was home being a mom. I'm a happy mom ... I have a kid in college. Early decision," she said. And what college will her daughter attend?
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By Julie Scharper and The Baltimore Sun | December 19, 2013
Sounds like we'll be seeing Mika Brzezinski, the co-host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe," in Baltimore in the coming years.  At least around parents' weekend at Hopkins. Brzezinski was all smiles this week when co-host Joe Scarborough asked her about her weekend.  Why the grin, asked Scarborough, did she travel to the South of France? "No South of France. I was home being a mom. I'm a happy mom ... I have a kid in college. Early decision," she said. And what college will her daughter attend?
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By Jonah Goldberg | October 28, 2013
Last week, MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski tried to call the HealthCare.gov helpline and got an operator. That's right: an operator! The call went through! MSNBC, the unofficial AV department of the Democratic Party, had a scoop. The network tweeted out the big news along with a link to the video: "Mika called the Obamacare hotline and got through with no problems -- right on air. WATCH. " It's a sure sign that the bar has been lowered to curb height when spinners are touting the exciting news that phone calls actually go through.
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Susan Reimer | November 21, 2011
What ever happened to paying your dues? Pulling yourself up by your bootstraps? Rags to riches? Those quintessential elements of the American dream have been replaced by a "child of" meritocracy in which your birth certificate means more than your resume. Chelsea Clinton has been added to NBC's stable of reporters, and the sound you hear is that of thousands of unemployed journalists weeping over their Starbucks applications. She is the latest in a growing list of children famous because their parents are famous becoming high profile broadcasters.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | April 22, 2013
Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news , world news , and news about the economy If you want to know what makes MSNBC's "Morning Joe" so much better than anything else on morning TV, check out this video of a discussion Monday morning about President Obama's awful failure to marshall support for even the most tepid gun reform. First of all, hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough were not only absolutely transparent about the way in which they were piggybacking Maureen Dowd's brilliant Sunday column in the New York Times, they celebrated her and her words.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2013
It's the visual imagery that usually dictates how a story plays on TV - as well as how viewers perceive it. And the image driving a story about Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler being at a beach party where underage drinking took place is not the kind of visual with which any public official wants to be associated - especially one in law enforcement. All the news conferences, like the one Gansler held Thursday, and all the words of spin the Democratic candidate for governor might muster won't change the storytelling power of a beach-party moment captured on Instagram.
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By David Kronke and David Kronke,LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS | January 18, 2005
NBC Today show co-host Katie Couric has been approached about replacing outgoing CBS Evening News anchor Dan Rather, according to a report yesterday by Time magazine. When Rather announced his retirement in November, Couric, 48, seemed to toss her hat in the ring by asking, "Why is it always white guys we're talking about?" Whatever her intent, industry observers started taking her chances of replacing Rather very seriously (her NBC colleagues Matt Lauer and Tim Russert also have been mentioned, as has her morning counterpart at ABC, Diane Sawyer)
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2013
Chris Cuomo, one of the hosts of "New Day," sounds like someone who has thought a lot about his TV image and what he's getting into as the point man to make mornings matter at CNN. "When I was on the morning show, I had a pretty good amount of success, and I became fairly popular there in the morning," Cuomo says of the job he held as news anchor for ABC's "Good Morning America" from 2006 to 2009. "And I always felt, and what I heard from people, was that the popularity had come from the right reason," he continued.
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By Jonah Goldberg | October 28, 2013
Last week, MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski tried to call the HealthCare.gov helpline and got an operator. That's right: an operator! The call went through! MSNBC, the unofficial AV department of the Democratic Party, had a scoop. The network tweeted out the big news along with a link to the video: "Mika called the Obamacare hotline and got through with no problems -- right on air. WATCH. " It's a sure sign that the bar has been lowered to curb height when spinners are touting the exciting news that phone calls actually go through.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2013
It's the visual imagery that usually dictates how a story plays on TV - as well as how viewers perceive it. And the image driving a story about Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler being at a beach party where underage drinking took place is not the kind of visual with which any public official wants to be associated - especially one in law enforcement. All the news conferences, like the one Gansler held Thursday, and all the words of spin the Democratic candidate for governor might muster won't change the storytelling power of a beach-party moment captured on Instagram.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | April 22, 2013
Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news , world news , and news about the economy If you want to know what makes MSNBC's "Morning Joe" so much better than anything else on morning TV, check out this video of a discussion Monday morning about President Obama's awful failure to marshall support for even the most tepid gun reform. First of all, hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough were not only absolutely transparent about the way in which they were piggybacking Maureen Dowd's brilliant Sunday column in the New York Times, they celebrated her and her words.
NEWS
Susan Reimer | November 21, 2011
What ever happened to paying your dues? Pulling yourself up by your bootstraps? Rags to riches? Those quintessential elements of the American dream have been replaced by a "child of" meritocracy in which your birth certificate means more than your resume. Chelsea Clinton has been added to NBC's stable of reporters, and the sound you hear is that of thousands of unemployed journalists weeping over their Starbucks applications. She is the latest in a growing list of children famous because their parents are famous becoming high profile broadcasters.
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