Cried while watching coronavirus coverage? Refused to wear a mask? The affect of the crisis on television viewers depends on which news channel they watch, a new study shows.
Lloyd Grove is editor at large for The Daily Beast. Formerly a contributor to New York magazine and a contributing editor for Condé Nast Portfolio, he wrote a gossip column for the New York Daily News from 2003 to 2006. Prior to that, he wrote the Reliable Source column for The Washington Post, where he spent 23 years covering politics, the media, and other subjects.
“It’s not my decision to make,” the first son-in-law said Tuesday when asked if the coronavirus could delay the 2020 vote. “I’m not sure I can commit one way or the other.”
In conversation with The Daily Beast, the network-free TV star wouldn’t say whether she found Reade’s claims to be credible.
Insiders were dismayed as the president—who asked for Muir over ABC’s chief anchor George Stephanopoulos—seemed to steamroll the star newscaster.
A long-distance couple stuck in cross-country quarantine have found social-media solace in brutally critiquing the home studios of the punditocracy’s biggest stars.
The well-connected Beltway outlet received a government loan to stave off coronavirus-related business struggles, posing potential conflict-of-interest concerns.