Gandelman Guest Blogs At CBS’s Public Eye

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Blogging, General Politics, Media

The head honcho of The Moderate Voice tells it like it is:

The fuss over what comes next at the CBS “Evening News” continues. So who’s going to fill in the anchor slot? And shouldn’t it be someone who represents seamless continuity with the way the news has been done in the past?

Maybe not:

The biggest issue facing CBS is whether — and how — it can adjust a venerable news institution to the reality that we‘re living in the 21st century and it may be time to explore changes in form as well as personnel. The same style, format and pacing that worked for the World War II and baby boomer generations may not be best for the MTV and iPod generations.

Read more here.

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