Thursday, June 26, 2008

Your Call 062708 Media Roundtable

On the next Your Call it's our Friday Media Roundtable where we discuss how the news of the week was covered. This week, the man at the helm of the Washington Post for the last 17 years was forced out after a new publisher took the helm, and the editorial page asked, "So what happens to our standards now?" The Supreme Court slashed Exxon's fine for fouling Prince William Sound two decades ago and a newsstand around the corner from the former home of the Oakland Tribune almost closed down after 101 years in business. Where did you get the news you needed and the context to understand it? It's Your Call with Sandip Roy and you.

Peter Waldman in San Francisco
Senior writer at Condé Nast Portfolio

Eric Lichtblau in Washington DC
Pulitzer-prize winning Washington bureau reporter for The New York Times and author of Bush's Law: The Remaking Of American Justice.

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