The “sweeping changes” to CBS’s news lineup and what it means for other network news institutions (03:00), the legacy of ESPN the Magazine (20:30), and Elizabeth Warren’s rise in the latest polls plus her game plan of pumping out policy ideas and dad jokes (37:45).
CBS Shake-up, Elizabeth Warren, and the End of ESPN the Magazine
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker discuss Elizabeth Warren’s rise in the latest polls plus her game plan of pumping out policy ideas and dad jokes
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