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New York Times Campaign Coverage via Snapchat Could Shake Up the 2016 ElectionsNew York TimesDuring the 2008 presidential race, two online upstarts, Politico and The Huffington Post, elbowed their way onto the rope line and, for better or for worse, helped change the way campaigns were covered. In 2012, it was BuzzFeed's turn. The site…

New York Times Campaign Coverage via Snapchat Could Shake Up the 2016 ElectionsNew York TimesDuring the 2008 presidential race, two online upstarts, Politico and The Huffington Post, elbowed their way onto the rope line and, for better or for worse, helped change the way campaigns were covered. In 2012, it was BuzzFeed's turn. The site…

New York Times Campaign Coverage via Snapchat Could Shake Up the 2016 ElectionsNew York TimesDuring the 2008 presidential race, two online upstarts, Politico and The Huffington Post, elbowed their way onto the rope line and, for better or for worse, helped change the way campaigns were covered. In 2012, it was BuzzFeed's turn. The site…

New York Times Campaign Coverage via Snapchat Could Shake Up the 2016 ElectionsNew York TimesDuring the 2008 presidential race, two online upstarts, Politico and The Huffington Post, elbowed their way onto the rope line and, for better or for worse, helped change the way campaigns were covered. In 2012, it was BuzzFeed's turn. The site…

New York Times Campaign Coverage via Snapchat Could Shake Up the 2016 ElectionsNew York TimesDuring the 2008 presidential race, two online upstarts, Politico and The Huffington Post, elbowed their way onto the rope line and, for better or for worse, helped change the way campaigns were covered. In 2012, it was BuzzFeed's turn. The site…

Pamela Geller was one of the organizers of the "Draw Mohammed" Art Show that was the scene of a bloody confrontation which left two suspected "terrorists." dead. Katrina Pierson is another witness. According to the L.A. Times, at around 10 PM Sunday night, two men opened firs at a security guard at the Curtis Culwell…

Baltimore Sun television critic David Zurawik is furious over CNN's decision not to inturrupt coverage of the White House correspondents dinner (an " exercise in black tie narcissism") as protests began in Baltimore last Saturday night. Be specific when criticizing "the media," America actually had a good conversation this week. HOWARD KURTZ: Has the media…

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