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"frank sesno" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:15 min | 6 months ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"About your damn emails and that now the thing I said a moment ago about the governor Jerry Brown he held office two consecutive terms in the seventies took a break I became mayor of Oakland they are the AG other other offices he hell I can't remember now secretary of state wasn't it and then he ran again but in the interim he was saying I'm done with politics I'm out of it don't worry about it so this is something only a politician would say unless he thinks he's not going to run again he was on CNN listen to this and you said something about a guy that I have to follow up on and I have to put your dry you out and you said you don't have to lie anymore now that you're not a politician but in July about when you were governor why do you what do you live where you live all right here's what you run for office and the assumption is all I know what to do you know I didn't have a plan for California Clinton doesn't have also you said you had you had a plan for California lifeline because I did not get a low you say you get a lower taxes you'll put people to work you're going to improve the schools the schools are going to stop crime crime is up schools are worse taxes are higher I would be real and when he ran again I set then but it put that excerpt from CNN put on a loop and I never saw it again never side again that's the Republicans are here is a left wing guy admitting I have no idea I have no clue I don't know what I'm talking about and you know I'm not running anymore and so I'm free to say that what when you think that would undermine the credibility of attacks been regulate Democrat but now it's like a tree fell on the force did make a sound nobody heard it that's a hell of a revelation isn't it here again and you said something about a guy that I have to follow up on and I have to put your dry you out and you said you don't have to lie anymore now that you're not a politician person speaking as Frank Sesno remember Frank Sesno CNN why did you lie about when you were governor it's all why do you want to play live all right here's what you run for office and the assumption is all I know what to do you know I don't have a plan for California cuisine does level so yeah you have you had a plan for California.

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"frank sesno" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:43 min | 10 months ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Ring central news line by Frank Sesno the director of the school of media and public affairs at George Washington University thanks a lot for talking to us have the rules change just because the speed of reporting has gotten so fast I'm not sure the rules have changed because the rules always took into account the balance between you know a right to privacy a right to family notification and public notification a when I was at sea and and we were for example would be if we had stories that had taken place where there was loss of life among troops for example and if the Pentagon requested that we not report something pending notification of family we would have those conversations and take that into consideration are reporting what happened because of the TMZ's in the social media digital media world is every thing is on hyper speed now and the the the decision making process has just become so much more difficult because of that and because there are frankly fewer editors helping to make those decisions so whether it's changed the rules I don't know but it certainly has elevated the the the stakes and taken everything to this place where it happened so fast mistakes like this get made and and then there really need to be some very serious adjustments in some of these news organizations as a result he interested to see if anything changes too because I you know I wouldn't consider TMZ of news operation and alter their not journalists a gossip site but everybody else started reporting it attributed to them but reporting it after TMZ dead animal has Asians reporting right right it's it's you know it you're right it's not a news organization in the traditional sense of news organization but what is left of traditional news organizations anymore and TMZ is a media company a powerful one like so many others and what they do and what they put out their problems others to respond and even if they don't respond TMZ has such a following the others are going to need to respond because so it it it drives what can be a very rapid and and and really dangerous echo chamber that's a challenge to all once upon a time we used to say okay well even another new media company report something we're not gonna reported until we can confirm it ourselves but now because it's coursing through social media other places so quickly these other companies that news organizations that might have held off they need to say something quickly just because it's out there and I know that our audience is being bombarded with and all the other issue of The Washington Post reporter who was suspended how soon is too soon to bring up a a you know the latest celebrities past if it if it involves something a little perhaps it's a question of context and it's a question of emphasis I I saw on the very earliest stories on on Kobe Bryant's death down deep into the story the sexual assault component of it it was in the lead and it wasn't a social media tweet or post that was you know galloping off on its own it was contextualized in the story I think that's what happened here this reporter who who put this up on our on our social media was just with linking to the story she later claimed look I didn't write it I was just pointing it out but how it came across when it came across and that it came across without the rest of the context I think is what is what is what prompted this and social media has created a hell as a place for a lot of reporters because they work through a certain chain of command with editors in in in in in a traditional news organization where she worked washing clothes but when they're in social media they got no editor but themselves and so this was a complete collision of that then I should point out are correct myself that that she was suspended on because of the report the post says it was because of a screen shot of her in box which have full addresses of those sending her messages thanks for talking to us appreciate facts as the director of the school of media and public affairs at George Washington.

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White House Attempts to Reframe Whistleblower Narrative

KNX Programming

03:17 min | 1 year ago

White House Attempts to Reframe Whistleblower Narrative

"Well the White House is trying to restrain the narrative about the whistle blower and concerns were raised in the call president trump had in July with these Ukrainian counterpart South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham says he's advising the president through what he calls a sham he suggested Mr trump took a page from Bill Clinton the last American president to be impeached defend himself and govern the country and that's my advice to president trump Graham was on CBS's face the nation how's the. Kratz powering ahead with impeachment inquiry into the president subpoenas have been issued to some trump administration officials speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi says there is a disturbing sequence of events here withdrawal couple hundred million dollars worth of assistance to a country and then a couple days later say by the way can you help me with my campaign in other words there's a sequencing there hello she was on sixty minutes the first congressional hearings could begin this week even as most members are away for recess what did the New York times go too far and revealing facts about the anonymous whistle blew the whistle blower who revealed details about the phone call between president trump and the president of Ukraine was berated by Mr trump is nothing more than a partisan hack to counter this The New York Times told its readers the whistle blower is a C. I. A. agent who had worked in the White House with a background in Ukrainian affairs the times saying context is important but it did raise serious questions it's a very tough call Frank Sesno was a longtime anchor in white house correspondent with CNN knowing that the CIA officer knowing that this person talk to other people really appears to have not currently accept a male is known his stuff provides additional credence to the document we want to interview the top editor at The New York Times but he was not available to us Charles Feldman can extend seventy newsradio according to a CBS news poll fifty five percent of Americans approve of the fact that Congress is open an impeachment inquiry into president trump CBS's deputy director of surveys Jennifer depend till says it's split along party lines many Americans do think congressional Democrats have political motives more than half fifty three percent think they are starting impeachment proceedings to damage president trump and his reelection efforts fewer think their goal is mainly to protect the country or to find out what really happens regarding your current almost nine in ten Democrats approve of the inquiry into third strongly approve a court of Republicans say they do think the inquiry is necessary but most of them still believe his actions were proper or legal there is word that the house intelligence committee may call the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani to testify Giuliani says he will cooperate with the committee on one condition they replace committee chairman Adam Schiff I wouldn't cooperate with Adam Schiff I think that is. should be removed if they remove Adam Schiff if they put a neutral person wasn't pre judge the case they put someone in a Democrat who hasn't expressed an opinion yet. if I had a judge in the case and your ready announced I'm going to impeach if you already went ahead and did a whole whole separate so right when I moved to refuse that Joe that's your and you're not gonna call I didn't say that I said I will consider. Giuliani was on ABC's

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National Enquirer owner exploring sale of tabloid

WBBM Programming

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

National Enquirer owner exploring sale of tabloid

"Five the National Enquirer has a for sale sign hung out its parent company. American media says it's looking for options regard. The tabloid after an operational review. The Washington Post reports the hedge fund manager whose firm controls AM. I became disgusted with tabloids. Reporting style, Frank sesno is director of George Washington University school of media and public affairs shows the credibility still matters. And you can't. Play by the rules or pretend to play by the rules and actually not play by the rules and get away with it. Even if you're a tabloid there's some lines on past which you

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CBS board says Moonves won't receive $120 million severance

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

CBS board says Moonves won't receive $120 million severance

"Retaliation could move as fight back in court. Frank sesno is a professor at George Washington University. The company can show that his behavior was. Out of stepping in contradiction of company policy if they can show that he misled the company about multiple allegations. Which is what they are saying, it seems to me it would be a very difficult case. Ramon was to make CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. It is three forty seven. Now over England where British Prime Minister Theresa may wants to keep on going wants parliament to take another look at her Brexit deal to get out of the European Union while she has hearings on the deal supposed to start January seventh with the vote the following week addressing lawmakers for the first time since her unsuccessful attempt to win you concessions from you leaders last week Theresa May knew better than to expect a warm. Welcome opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn, describing the

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"frank sesno" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Use. But an unprecedented spike in vaping. It's ten thirty one CBS news update. The board of directors said Monday that it will not pay former chairman and CEO, Leslie, Moonves, the one hundred twenty million dollars in severance that was due per his contract. The board also decided what it called. They're former chief executives willful failure to cooperate fully with an investigation. Of his conduct. Our jury Duncan is covering investigators found that harassment and retaliation were not pervasive at CBS. However, it went on to say the company's historical policies, practices and structures. Did not prioritize preventing harassment and retaliation could moon? Vaz's fight back in court. Frank sesno is a professor at George Washington University. The company can show that his behavior was under the penalty out of stepping in contradiction of company policy if they can show that he misled the company about multiple allegations. Which is what they are saying, it seems to me it would be very difficult case from one was to make CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. KCBS news time ten thirty to President Trump and House Democrats are locked in a battle over the funding of a border wall. CBS news correspondent ouija Jiang reports. And if they cannot reach a government spending deal by Friday, most of the federal government will shut down just days before Christmas. The president has until midnight Friday broker a spending deal with congress or about a quarter of the federal government will shut down. He tweeted anytime, you hear Democrats saying that you can have good border security without a wall write them off as just another politician following the party line. The message echoed what he said last week during an Oval Office spat with democratic leaders. I am proud to shut down the government for border security, check, both congressional and White House officials. Tell CBS news there will be a compromise. But even Republicans say the way.

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"frank sesno" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Willful and material malfeasance board of directors of CBS charging former chairman and CEO Leslie moon best with willful failure to cooperate with the companies investigation. He will get no severance were live with CBS's Bill Rakoff moon, vast whose face several accusations of sexual misconduct while at the helm of CBS was removed earlier this year the statement by the board of directors says there was caused a fire moon vests, including violation of company policies and his failure to cooperate with the investigation. As a result. Munoz won't receive any of that one hundred twenty million dollars severance Frank sesno is a professor of media and public affairs at George Washington University serious business, and it's not just about employment practice. It's also about the corporate reputation CBS, Dave and goes on to say, the wa harassment and retaliation are not pervasive. There have been past incidents of bad behavior in human resources, not holding employees. Countable Jim in Washington right now lawmakers tried to avoid a government shutdown at the end of the week congress balking at the president's five billion dollar demand to build a wall at the border. As the closing bell. The new York Stock Exchange today, the Dow drops another five hundred points again on the floor are cashing says now really is the time to buy if you select. Your money into the market. You should pick certain sectors that you think are going to be okay latest Senate intelligence committee report says during the two thousand sixteen election, a Russian troll farm was tirelessly pushing messages supporting Donald Trump CBS news intelligence reporter Olivia gossip. No. From these reports that it was not just Facebook and Twitter. These efforts took place on lesser known platforms like Pinterest, read it and tumbler specific communities were targeted in an outsized way. The African American community in particular was really cater to with divisive content and sort of messaging, and we also learned that these activities not only persist today, they're likely to continue and grow even more sophisticated director of the FBI James call me on Capitol Hill again to testified behind closed doors again before the House Judiciary committee. What I'm doing? Now is not what.

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"frank sesno" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

12:23 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Okay. Back to the panel of journalists at the national judicial college symposium, entitled undermining the courts and the media the consequences for American democracy. I am here next. Cecilia vega. From ABC news who again says it the media is not biased politically, they are biased. Geographically. Here's what she says has been a geographic bias in newsrooms. And I think the surprise that so many of us all had on election night reflected that we were not collectively doing a good job of covering this country, and the people who live in it and their opinions in the lead up to the election. And I don't know that we still are today. Our editors our producers are management come from the same cities, the big cities in this country, and that has for a long time dictated how and where we focus our energy on our story is I don't think there is a liberal bias. But there certainly is a bias when it comes to where we have focused our energy and coverage. Well, two are inseparable. If you're a admitting here that your your entire journalism staff is in big cities by definition. They're liberal. And if you're then admitting that they don't see how the rest of the country lives. It's because they're close minded. On interested, and I would suggest it's more on the interest in because of an arrogance and condescension. I think they hold other people in contempt. I think journalists themselves do this. Then you get into big city dwellers. They have there's always been a. Sort of an arrogance about people who don't live in the city. They're not as worldly sophisticated experienced aware. What have you? But boy are these people working hard to try to convince everybody at the undermining the courts, and the media symposium that there's no liberal bias out there. And this is what really gets them in trouble. They sit there and lie to everybody and try to get away with it. They they're still trying to operate under this premise that. They are objective and fair. Now, you're misinterpreted liberal bias for the fact that we like conflict over things that work out. Well that I'm telling you that is a biggie. We don't like things at work out. Well, why not? Are you sick and tired of reading things? I know I am that establishment types write op EDS and columns about how what we need are sober. Sharia and sophisticated people running our institutions of government of people who have been trained and. Edrich and instructed on proper decorum. And isn't that why we're in this mess where is it written that that class of people has any better idea? How to save America advance America defend America than anybody else? Does. But it that's clearly what exists we need people would sober reflection. People very stood if people were serious minded. Understand. Obstacles against the various factions that we've Asian. Quarterly. He's dealing with with with people who have no experience in the real world. But why do they behave in ways we can be proud? He don't sell other people except the hell they don't. They. Sure as hell do. Day in and day out. We don't like solutions, and we think that in well, and we don't like old we'd prefer the new, but we're not liberal don't call us liberal. We may be a bunch of liberals that we may live in the cities, and we may have disdain for but don't call us liberal finally Frank sesno Frank sesno used to be at CNN. I remember Frank sesno. He was an anchor at CNN, I reported one five I'll tell you what I remember about Frank sesno. It's not good or bad is just something. Remember, he was working at CNN. This is in the eighties and. Might have been. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It was the eighties. Yes. Because Gorbachev is running the Soviet Union, and it was gonna be a g eight or g ten some meeting of the world's western democracies? Powerful economic countries getting together, we still have these things and Gorbachev decided that he was going to show up. He's going to crash and Frank sesno could not contain his excitement reporting. It remember how wolf Blitzer was having orgasms reporting Bush's approval number finally down to the thirties. Frank sesno could not. Could not contain his enthusiasm for Gorbachev showing up. But whatever was g eight I mean, it was breaking news Kyle. Gorbachev trophy is coming to the gym McCotter. Breaking news the lights and siren look. So what of course, he's coming. His economy is falling flat. He's nothing but a third world military state. But it was it was like the biggest star in the world. It was MCI on garbage. I remember they didn't like Reagan at all. That's Frank sesno. He did more than that. I'm just sharing with you. That's one of my memories says no is is now a media professor somewhere. It might it might well be at George Washington University school of media public affairs. Thank these the director of that. And here's here's what he said about the media, not being liberal bias the question that's asked about all you liberal or conservative misses. The point. If our job is to afflict, the comfortable and comfort the afflicted, if our job is to give voice to the voiceless that I think is sometimes what gets confused with a liberal bias NPR did exceptional work during the campaign to get out into the country to hear and to see and to listen in the world of talk radio and talk television. However, most of the coverage was about horse race and people talking about people rather than speaking with people the preoccupation in talk radio and talk television with the horse race at the expense of policy and people has caused damage I believe to journalism and to the country that something that requires a great and very close. Look all right now, this could not be more wrong. And I have you in this audience as living walking proof that there. There's more discussion informative educational discussion and opinion, by the way, nevertheless of policy. You know, more about the details of the news. We cover on the show be at the details of ObamaCare that the media was not telling you be at the details of Muller's investigation. The things that they're not investigating the idea that here on talk radio audiences are not informed. It's the exact opposite. Frank with all due respect, sir. You are not listening. There is more education and more information provided on this program about the things I discuss this isn't talking at people. This is not people talking at talking to people this people doing what you used to do in form. And by the way, frankly, and I sit down here every day. I don't think the way I don't sit here and think I've got to afflict the comfortable. Yeah. I gotta make the comfortable feel very uncomfortable today. And I've got to make the uncomfortable feel this way. But that is a tenant of journalism. They are taught that it's journalism one on one you are to afflict the comfortable. Translation, you are to go do hit pieces on the powerful. And you are not doing anything of the sort on downtrodden. You ought to be the champions of the downtrodden, and you were to take out the powerful as the oppressors. Our job is to give voice to the voiceless. The illegal immigrants would be voiceless. Wouldn't they accept as our last caller said, they're not voiceless? They've got more advocacy than conservatives have in this country. There are more advocates for illegal immigrants and their caused than there is for conservatism or conservatives today, and I would maintain to you to demand majority of the comfortable at these people are out of flipping is us. Wouldn't you dawn? Yeah. Exactly. Right. But notice these tenants, we're not liberal. We're not liberal. Biggest problem in America is talk radio and cable news. Some of us talk at they don't explore the issues they just cause damage. We need to take a very close. Look at that. They're talking about people rather than speaking with people. What does that even mean? I take calls on this for now. Then I speak with the people who call and who isn't he has to call out NPR because they're one group that went to Iowa one group that got a visa to go to Illinois. These I'll tell you why they are so full of themselves, folks. Can you imagine what the show would be is all I did every day was talk about what I do. And how important it is. And who out there is trained under McKay? How long would you want to listen to that? But these people get together, and they do these symposiums were all they do is naval gays, and they come up with all these enemies. Then impune was we're not liberal. We don't have any bias. We just want to afflict the comfortable. Why is that a tenant of journalism? Are want. What purpose is served by finding somebody who's comfortable and making them nervous. Is it the assumption that somebody comfortable has committed a crime or has been unethical or has cheated somebody in order to get comfortable? What's the premise here? And don't doubt it is. It's it's journalism. One on one many different versions of it. Afflict the comfortable and conflict comfort, the afflicted or whatever. The. It's to to attack the powerful and defend the powerlessness. All that. But it's all the same thing. And I wonder what the root of it is why is it? Good journalism to afflict the comfortable. Why is being comfortable powerful successful? Whatever why does that make you a suspect? And of course, if you're a Kennedy and comfortable, you're not a suspect. If you're an Obama, and you're comfortable, it doesn't make you suspect. If your Donald Trump in your comfortable. Get out of the way. We're not only going to make Trump uncomfortable. We're gonna make Trump what she wasn't alive. And we're going to call it. Good journalists. You're listening.

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"frank sesno" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

12:33 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on WTVN

"Most Columbus is NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Okay. Back to the panel of journalists at the national judicial college symposium, entitled undermining the courts and the media consequences for American democracy. I am here next Cecilia Vega. From ABC news who again says that the media is not biased, politically, they are biased. Geographically. Here's what she says has been a geographic bias in newsrooms. And I think the surprise that so many of us all had on election night reflected that we were not collectively doing a good job of covering this country, and the people who live in it and their opinions in the lead up to the election. And I don't know that we still are today. Our editors our producers are management come from the same cities, the big cities in this country, and that has for a long time dictated how and where we focus our energy on our stories. I don't think there is a liberal bias. But there certainly is a bias when it comes to where we have focused our energy and coverage two are inseparable. If you're admitting here that your your entire journalism staff is in big cities by definition. They're liberal. And if you're then admitting that they don't see how the rest of the country lives. It's because they're close minded. On interested, and I would suggest it's more on the interest in because of an arrogance and condescension. I think they hold other people in contempt. I think journalists themselves do this. Then you get into big city dwellers. They have there's always been a. Sort of an arrogance about people who don't live in the city. They're not as worldly sophisticated experienced aware. What have you? But boy are these people working hard to try to convince everybody at the undermining the courts, and the media symposium that there's no liberal bias out there. And this is what really gets them in trouble. They sit there and lie to everybody and try to get away with it. They they're still trying to operate under this premise that. They are objective and fair. Now, you're misinterpreted liberal bias for the fact that we like conflict over things that work out. Well that I'm telling you that is a biggie. We don't like things at work out. Well, why not? Are you sick and tired of reading things? I know I am that establishment types write op EDS and columns about how what we need are sober. Serious and sophisticated people running our institutions of government people who have been trained news. Educator. Instructed on proper decorum. Isn't that why we're in this mess where is it written that that class of people has any better idea? How to save America advance America defend America than anybody else? Does. But it it it. That's clearly what exists we need people would sober reflection. People are very studious people were serious minded. Understand. Obstacles against the various back shoes. We've. Cordingley? He's dealing with with people who have no experience in the real world. But boy, do they behave in ways we can be proud. They don't sell other people except the hell they don't. They. Sure as hell do. Day in and day out. So we don't like solutions, and we think in well, and we don't like old we'd prefer the new, but we're not liberal don't call us liberal. We may be a bunch of liberals, and we may live in the cities, and we may have disdain for but don't call us liberal. Finally, Frank sesno. Frank sesno used to be at CNN. I remember Frank sesno. He was an anchor at CNN. I there's a report at one five I'll tell you what I remember about Frank sesno. And it's not good or bad is just something. I remember he was working at CNN. This is in the eighties and. Might've been. Yeah. Yeah. Gorbachev is running the Soviet Union. And there was going to be a g eight or g ten some meeting of the world's western democracies? Powerful economic countries getting together, we still have these things and Gorbachev decided that he was going to show up. He's going to crash and Frank sesno could not contain his excitement reporting. It remember how wolf Blitzer was having orgasms reporting Bush's approval number finally down to the thirties. Frank sesno could not. Could not contain his enthusiasm for Gorbachev showing up. But whatever was g eight I mean, it was breaking news. Kyle. Is coming to the gym breaking news, the lights and siren. So what of course, he's coming. His economy is falling flat. He's nothing but a third world military state. But it was it was like the biggest star in the world. It was Mikhail Gorbachev. Remember, they didn't like Reagan at all. That's Frank sesno. He did more than that. I'm just sharing with you. That's one of my memories sesno is is now a media professor somewhere. It might it might well be at George Washington University school of media public affairs. Thank these director of that. And here's here's what he said about the media, not being liberal bias the question that's asked about you liberal or conservative misses the point. If our job is to afflict, the comfortable and comfort the afflicted, if our job is to give voice to the voiceless that I think is sometimes what gets confused with a liberal bias NPR did exceptional work during the campaign to get out into the country to hear and to see into listen in the world of talk radio and talk television. However, most of the coverage was about horse race and people talking about people rather than speaking with people, the preoccupation, talk radio and talk television with the horse race at the expense of policy and. And people has caused damage I believe to journalism and to the country that something that requires a great and very close. Look all right now, this could not be more wrong. And I have you in this audience as living walking proof that there is more discussion, informative educational discussion and opinion the way nevertheless of policy. You know, more about the details of the Newsweek cover on this show. Be at the details of ObamaCare that the media was not telling you be at the details of Muller's investigation things that they're not investigating the idea that here on talk radio audiences are not informed. It's the exact opposite. Frank with all due respect, sir. You are not listening. There is more education and more information provided on this program about the things I discuss this isn't talking at people. This is not people talking at talking to people this people doing what you used to do inform. And by the way, frankly, and I sit down here every day. I don't think. The way I don't sit here and think I've got to afflict the comfortable. Yeah. I gotta make the comfortable feel very uncomfortable today. And I gotta make the uncomfortable field. I think this way, but that isn't tenant of journalism. They are taught that it's journalism one on one you are to afflict the comfortable. Translation, you are to go do hit pieces on the powerful. And you are not to do anything of the sort on the downtrodden, you ought to be the champions of the downtrodden, and you were take out the powerful as the oppressors. Our job is to give voice to the voiceless. The illegal immigrants would be voiceless. Wouldn't they accept as our last caller said, they're not voiceless? They've got more advocacy than conservatives have in this country. There are more advocates for illegal immigrants and their caused then there is for conservatism or conservatives today, and I would maintain to the vast majority of the comfortable at these people are out of flick thing is us. Wouldn't you dawn? Yeah. Exactly. Right. But notice these tenants, we're not liberal. We're not liberal. The biggest problem in America is talk radio and cable news. Some of rolling news talk at. They don't explore the issues. They just cause damage we need to take a very close. Look at that. You're talking about people rather than speaking with people. What does that even mean? I take calls on this now, then I speak for the people who call and who isn't he has to call out NPR because they're one group that went one one group that got a visa to go to Illinois. He's p I'll tell you why they are so full of themselves, folks. Can you imagine what the show would be is all I did every day was talk about what I do. And how important it is. And who out there is trained under McKay? How long would you want to listen to that? But these people get together, and they do these symposiums were all they do is naval gays, and they come up with all these enemies. Then impugned, but we're not liberal. We don't have any bias. We just want to afflict the comfortable. Why is that a tenant of journalism? Want? What purpose is served by finding somebody who's comfortable in making them nervous. Is it the assumption that somebody comfortable has committed a crime or has been unethical or has cheated somebody in order to get comfortable? What's the premise here? And don't doubt me it is it's it's journalism. One on one many different versions of it. Afflict the comfortable and conflict comfort, the afflicted or whatever. It's too it to attack the powerful and defend the powerlessness. All that. But it's all the same thing. And I wonder what the root of it is why is it? Good journalism to afflict the comfortable. Why is being comfortable powerful successful? Whatever why does that make you a suspect? And of course, if you're a Kennedy uncomfortable, you're not a suspect if you're an Obama, and you're comfortable, it doesn't make you a suspect. If your Donald Trump in your comfortable. Get out of the way. We're not only going to make Trump uncomfortable. We're gonna make Trump was she wasn't alive. And we're going to call it. Good journalists..

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"frank sesno" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:37 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Hundred ninety two point one FM. Okay. Back to the panel of journalists at the national judicial college symposium, entitled undermining the courts and the media the consequences for American democracy. I am here next Cecilia Vega. From ABC news who again says that the media is not biased, politically, they are biased. Geographically. Here's what she says has been a geographic bias in newsrooms. And I think the surprise that so many of us all had on election night reflected that we were not collectively doing a good job of covering this country, and the people who live in it and their opinions in the lead up to the election. And I don't know that we still are today. Our editors our producers are management come from the same cities, the big cities in this country, and that has for a long time dictated how and where we focus our energy on our story is I don't think there is a liberal bias. There certainly is a bias when it comes to where we have focused our energy coverage. Well, two are inseparable. If you're admitting here that your your entire journalism staff is in big cities by definition. They're liberal. And if you're then admitting that they don't see how the rest of the country lives. It's because they're close minded. On interested, and I would suggest it's more on the interest in because of an arrogance and condescension. I think hold other people in contempt. I think journalists themselves do this. Then you get into big city dwellers. They have there's always been a. Sort of an arrogance about people who don't live in the city. They're not as worldly sophisticated experienced aware. What have you? But why are these people working hard to try to convince everybody at the undermining the courts, and the media symposium that there's no liberal bias out there. And this is what really gets them in trouble. They sit there and lie to everybody and try to get away with it. They they they're they're still trying to operate under this premise that. They are objective and fair in your misinterpreted liberal bias from the fact that we like conflict over things that work out. Well that I'm telling you that is a biggie. We don't like things at work out. Well, why not? Are you sick and tired of reading things? I know I am that establishment types write op EDS and columns about how what we need are sober. Sharia and sophisticated people running our institutions of government of people who have been trained and. News. Educator and instructed on proper decorum. Isn't that why we're in this mess where is it written that that class of people has any better idea? How to save America advance America defend America than anybody else? Does. But it it it. That's clearly what exists we need people would sober reflection. People very studious people were serious minded. Understand. Obstacles against the various back shoes that we've as. Gordon? Is dealing with with people who have no experience in the real world. But boy, do they behave in ways we can be proud. He don't insult other people accept the hell, they don't. They. Sure as hell do. Day in and day out. So we don't like solutions, and we think in well, and we don't like old we prefer the new, but we're not liberal don't call us liberal. We may be a bunch of liberals, and we may live in the cities, and we may have disdain for but don't call us liberal finally Frank sesno Frank sesno used to be at CNN. I remember Frank sesno. He was an anchor at CNN report at one five I'll tell you what I remember about Frank sesno. And it's not good or bad is just something. I remember he was working at CNN. This is in the eighties and. Might've been. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It was the eighties. Because Gorbachev is running the Soviet Union. And it was going to be a g eight or g ten some meeting of the world's western democracies? Powerful economic countries getting together, we still have these things and Gorbachev decided that he was going to show up. He's going to crash and Frank sesno could not contain his excitement reporting. It remember how wolf Blitzer was having orgasms reporting Bush's approval number finally down the thirties. Frank sesno could not. Could not contain his enthusiasm for Gorbachev showing up. But whatever was g eight I mean, it was breaking news. Kyle garbage off. Is coming to the MC. Breaking news the lights and siren. So what of course, he's coming. His economy is falling flat. He's nothing but a third world military state. But it was it was like the biggest star in the world. It was Mikhail Gorbachev. Remember, they didn't like Reagan at all. That's Frank sesno. He did more than that. I'm just sharing with you. That's one of my memories says no is is now a media professor somewhere. It might it might well be at George Washington University school of media public affairs, director of that. And here's here's what he said about the media not being liberal bias the question that's asked about all your liberal conservative misses. The point if our job is to afflict, the comfortable and comfort the afflicted, if our job is to give voice to the voiceless that I think is sometimes what gets confused with a liberal bias NPR did exceptional work during the campaign to get out into the country to hear and to see and to listen in the world of talk radio and talk television. However, most of the coverage was about horse race and people talking about people rather than speaking with people the preoccupation in talk radio and talk television with the horse race at the expense of policy and. And people has caused damage I believe to journalism and to the country that something that requires a great and very close. Look all right now, this could not be more wrong. And I have you in this audience as living walking proof that there is more discussion, informative educational discussion and opinion away nevertheless of policy. You know, more about the details of the news. We cover on this show. Be at the details of ObamaCare that the media was not telling you be at the details of Muller's investigation things that they're not investigating the idea that here on talk radio audiences are not informed. It's the exact opposite. Frank with all due respect, sir. You are not listening. There is more education and more information provided on this program about the things I discuss this isn't talking at people. This is not people talking at talking to people. This is people doing what you used to do inform. And by the way, frankly, and I sit down here every day. I don't think. The way I don't sit here and think I've got to afflict the comfortable. Yeah. I gotta make the comfortable feel very uncomfortable today. And I gotta make the uncomfortable field think this way, but that is a tenant of journalism. They are taught that it's journalism one on one you are to a flicked the comfortable. Translation, you are to go do hit pieces on the powerful. And you are not to do anything of the sort on the downtrodden, you ought to be the champions of the downtrodden, and you were take out the powerful as the oppressors. Our job is to give voice to the voiceless. The illegal immigrants would be voiceless. Wouldn't they accept as our last caller said, they're not voiceless? They've got more advocacy than conservatives have in this country. There are more advocates for illegal immigrants and their caused then there is for conservatism or conservatives today, and I would maintain the vast majority of the comfortable at these people are out of fleeting is us. Wouldn't you dawn? Exactly, right. But notice these tenants, we're not liberal. We're not liberal. The biggest problem in America is talk radio and cable news. Some of rolling news talk at. They don't explore the issues. They just cause damage we need to take a very close. Look at that. They're talking about people rather than speaking with people. What does that mean? I take calls on this now, then I speak with the people who call and who isn't he has to call out NPR because they're one group that went to one group that got a visa to go to Illinois. These I'll tell you why they are so full of themselves, folks. Can you imagine what the show would be is all I did every day was talking about what I do. And how important it is. And who out there is trying to undermine how long would you want to listen to that? But these people get together, and they do these symposiums were all they do is naval gays, and they come up with all these enemies. Then impugned, but we're not liberal. We don't have any bias. We just want to afflict the comfortable. Why is that a tenant of journalism are want? What purpose is served by finding somebody who's comfortable and making them nervous. Is it the assumption that somebody comfortable has committed a crime or has been unethical or has cheated somebody in order to get comfortable? What's the premise here? And don't doubt me it is it's it's journalism. One on one many different versions of it. Afflict the comfortable and conflict comfort, the afflicted or whatever. The. It's to to attack the powerful and defend the powerlessness. All that. But it's all the same thing. And I wonder what the root of it is why is it? Good journalism to afflict the comfortable. Why is being comfortable powerful successful? Whatever why does that make you a suspect? And of course, if you're a Kennedy and comfortable, you're not a suspect. If you're an Obama, and you're comfortable, it doesn't make you a suspect. If your Donald Trump in your comfortable. Get out of the way. We're not only going to make Trump uncomfortable. We're gonna make Trump what she wasn't alive. And we're going to call it. Good journalists. You're listening to.

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"frank sesno" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

12:26 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Iheartradio. Okay. Back to the panel of journalists at the national judicial college symposium, entitled undermining the courts and the media the consequences for American democracy. I am here next to seal the Vega from ABC news who again says that the media is not biased politically, they are biased. Geographically. Here's what she says has been a geographic bias in newsrooms. And I think the surprise that so many of us all had on election night reflected that we were not collectively doing a good job of covering this country, and the people who live in it and their opinions in the lead up to the election. And I don't know that we still are today. Our editors our producers are management come from the same cities, the big cities in this country, and that has for a long time dictated how and where we focus our energy on our stories. They don't think there is a liberal bias. There certainly is a bias when it comes to where we have focused our energy and coverage two are inseparable. If you're admitting here that your your entire journalism staff is in big cities by definition. They're liberal. And if you're then admitting that they don't see how the rest of the country lives. It's because they're closed minded. On interested, and I would suggest it's more on the interest, and because of an arrogance and condescension. I think they hold other people in contempt. I think journalists themselves do this. Then you get into big city dwellers. They have there's always been a. Sort of an arrogance about people who don't live in the city. They're not as worldly sophisticated experienced aware. What have you? But boy are these people working hard to try to convince everybody at the undermining the courts, and the media symposium that there's no liberal bias out there. See, and this is what really gets them in trouble. They sit there and lie to everybody and try to get away with it. They they they're they're still trying to operate under this premise that. They are objective and fair in your misinterpreted liberal bias from the fact that we like conflict over things that work out. Well that I'm telling you that is a biggie. We don't like things at work out. Well, why not? Are you sick and tired of reading things? I am that establishment types write op EDS and columns about how what we need are sober. Sharia said sophisticated people running our institutions of government people who have been trained in news. Educator and instructed on proper decorum. Isn't that why we're in this mess where is it written that that class of people has any better idea? How to save America advance America defend America than anybody else? Does. But it it. That's clearly what exists we need people would sober reflection. People stood if people were serious minded. Understand. Obstacles against the various back shoes that we've Asian. Cordingley? He's dealing with with people who have no experience in the real world. But why do they behave in ways we can be proud? He don't he felt people accept the hell they don't. They. Sure as hell do. Day in and day out. We don't like solutions, and we think in well, and we don't like old we'd prefer the new, but we're not liberal don't call us liberal. We may be a bunch of liberals will remain live in the cities, and we may have disdain for but don't call us liberal finally Frank sesno Frank sesno used to be at CNN. I remember Frank sesno. He was an anchor at CNN reported one five I'll tell you what I remember about Frank sesno. And it's not good or bad is just something. I remember he was working at CNN. This is in the eighties and. Might have been. Yeah. Yeah. Was the eighties. Because office running the Soviet Union. And it was going to be a g eight or g ten some meeting of the world's western democracies? Powerful economic countries getting together, we still have these things and Gorbachev decided that he was going to show up. He's going to crash and Frank sesno could not contain his excitement reporting. It remember how wolf Blitzer was having orgasms reporting Bush's approval number finally down the thirties. Frank sesno could not. Could not contain his enthusiasm for Gorbachev showing up. But whatever was g eight I mean, it was breaking news Kyle Gorbachev. Gorbachev is coming to the Jim McKay. Breaking news the lights and siren. So what of course, he's coming. His economy is falling flat. He's nothing but a third world military state. But it was it was like the biggest star in the world. It was Mikhail Gorbachev. Remember, they didn't like Reagan at all. That's Frank sesno. He did more than that. I'm just sharing with you. That's one of my memories says no is is now a media professor somewhere. It might it might well be at George Washington University school of media public affairs. Thank these director of that. And here's here's what he said about the media not being liberal bias the question that's asked about all your liberal or conservative misses. The point. If our job is to afflict, the comfortable and comfort the afflicted, if our job is to give voice to the voiceless that I think is sometimes what gets confused with a liberal bias NPR did exceptional work during the campaign to get out into the country to hear and to see and to listen in the world of talk radio and talk television. However, most of the coverage was about horse race and people talking about people rather than speaking with people the preoccupation in talk radio and talk television with the horse race at the expense of policy and people has caused damage I believe to journalism and to the country that something that requires a great and very close. Look all right now, this could not be more wrong. And I have you in this audience as living walking proof that there. There's more discussion informative educational discussion and opinion, by the way, nevertheless of policy. You know, more about the details of the Newsweek cover on the show be at the details of ObamaCare that the media was not telling you be at the details of Muller's investigation. The things that they're not investigating the idea that here on talk radio audiences are not informed. It's the exact opposite. Frank with all due respect, sir. You are not listening. There is more education and more information provided on this program about the things I discuss this isn't talking at people. This is not people talking at talking to people. This is people doing what you used to do inform. And by the way, frankly, and I sit down here every day. I don't think the way I don't sit here and think I've got to afflict the comfortable. Yeah. I gotta make the comfortable feel very uncomfortable today. And I've got gotta make the uncomfortable field think this way, but that is a tenant of journalism. They are taught that it's journalism one on one you are to afflict the comfortable. Translation, you are to go do hit pieces on the powerful. And you are not to do anything of the sort on the downtrodden, you ought to be the champions of the downtrodden, and you take out the powerful as the oppressors. Our job is to give voice to the voiceless. The illegal immigrants would be voiceless. Wouldn't they accept as our last caller said, they're not voiceless? They've got more advocacy than conservatives have in this country. There are more advocates for illegal immigrants and their caused than there is for conservatism or conservatives today, and I would maintain to you the vast majority of the comfortable at these people are out of fleeting is us. Wouldn't you dawn? Yeah. Exactly. Right. But notice these tenants, we're not liberal. We're not liberal. The biggest problem in America is talk radio and cable news, Raleigh news, talk at. They don't explore the issues. They just cause damage we need to take a very close. Look at that. They're talking about people rather than speaking with people. What does that even mean? I take calls on this for now. Then I speak with the people who call and who isn't he has to call out NPR because they're one group that went to Iowa one group that got a visa to go to Illinois. These p I'll tell you why they are so full of themselves, folks. Can you imagine what the show would be is all I did every day was talking about what I do. And how important it is. And who out there is trying to undermine how long would you want to listen to that? But these people get together, and they do these symposiums were all they do is naval gays, and they come up with all these enemies. That they then impune, but we're not liberal. We don't have any bias. We just want to afflict the comfortable. Why is that a tenant of journalism? What didn't even want? What purpose is served by finding somebody who's comfortable and make them nervous. Is it the assumption that somebody comfortable has committed a crime or has been unethical or has cheated somebody in order to get comfortable? What's the premise here? And don't doubt it is. It's it's journalism. One on one many different versions of it. Afflict the comfortable and conflict comfort, the afflicted or whatever. The. It's to to attack the powerful and defend the powerlessness. All that. But it's all the same thing. And I wonder what the root of it is why is it? Good journalism to afflict the comfortable. Why is being comfortable powerful successful? Whatever why does that make you a suspect? And of course, if you're a Kennedy and comfortable, you're not a suspect. If you're an Obama, and you're comfortable, it doesn't make you a suspect. If your Donald Trump in your comfortable get out of the way. We're not only going to make Trump uncomfortable. We're gonna make Trump was she wasn't alive. We're going to call it. Good journalists. You're listening.

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"frank sesno" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

12:29 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Okay. Back to the panel of journalists at the national judicial college symposium, entitled undermining the courts and the media the consequences for American democracy. I am here next to Celia Vega from ABC news who again says that the media is not biased politically, they are biased. Geographically. Here's what she says has been a geographic bias in newsrooms. And I think the surprise that so many of us all had on election night reflected that we were not collectively doing a good job of covering this country, and the people who live in it and their opinions in the lead up to the election. And I don't know that we still are today. Our editors our producers are management come from the same cities, the big cities in this country, and that has for a long time dictated how and where we focus our energy on our stories. I don't think there is a liberal bias. But there certainly is a bias when it comes to where we have focused our energy and coverage. Well, the two are inseparable if you're admitting here that your your entire journalism staff is in big cities by definition. They're liberal. And if you're then admitting that they don't see how the rest of the country lives. It's because they're close minded. On interested, and I would suggest it's more on the interest because of an arrogance and condescension. I think they hold other people in contempt. I think journalists themselves do this. Then you get into big city dwellers. They have there's always been a. Sort of an arrogance about people who don't live in the city. They're not as worldly sophisticated experienced aware. What have you? But boy are these people working hard to try to convince everybody at the undermining the courts, and the media symposium that there's no liberal bias out there. And this is what really gets them in trouble. They sit there and lie to everybody and try to get away with it. They they they're still turn to operate under this premise that. They are objective and fair in your misinterpreted liberal bias for the fact that we like conflict over things that work out. Well that I'm telling you that is a biggie. We don't like things at work out. Well, why not? Are you sick and tired of reading things? I know I am that establishment types write op EDS and columns about how what we need are sober. Syria. Sad sophisticated people running our institutions of government people who have been trained. Educator and instructed on proper decorum. Isn't that why we're in this mess where is it written that that class of people has any better idea? How to save America advance America defend America than anybody else? Does. But it it it. That's clearly what exists we need people would sober reflection. Very stood. If people were serious minded. Understand. Obstacles against the various factions that we've Asian Gordon. Is dealing with with people who have no experience in the real world. But why do they behave in ways we can be proud? He don't insult people. Accept the hell they don't. They. Sure as hell do. Day in and day out. So we don't like solutions, and we think that in well, and we don't like old we prefer the new, but we're not liberal don't call us liberal. We may be a bunch of liberals, and we may live in the cities where we may have this danger. But don't call us liberal finally Frank sesno Frank sesno used to be at CNN. I remember Frank sesno. He was an anchor at CNN reported one five I'll tell you what I remember about. Frank sesno, not good or bad is just something. I remember he was working at CNN. This is in the eighties and. Might've been. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It was the eighties. Because Gorbachev is running the Soviet Union. And it was going to be a g eight or g ten some meeting of the world's western democracies? Powerful economic countries getting together, we still have these things and Gorbachev decided that he was going to show up. He's going to crash and Frank sesno could not contain his excitement reporting. It remember how wolf Blitzer was having orgasms reporting Bush's approval number finally down to the thirties. Frank sesno could not. Could not contain his enthusiasm for Gorbachev showing up. But whatever was g eight I mean, it was breaking news. Kyle. Kyle trophy is coming to the gym Mukasey. Breaking news the lights. So what of course, he's coming. His economy is falling flat. He's nothing but a third world military state. But it was it was like the biggest star in the world. It was Mikhail garbage. I'm remember they didn't like Reagan at all. That's Frank sesno. He did more than that. I'm just sharing with you. That's one of my memories says no is is now a media professor somewhere. It might it might well be at George Washington University school of media public affairs. Thank these the director of that. And here's here's what he said about the media of not being liberal bias the question that's asked about all your liberal or conservative misses. The point. If our job is to afflict, the comfortable and comfort the afflicted, if our job is to give voice to the voiceless that I think is sometimes what gets confused with a liberal bias NPR did exceptional work during the campaign to get out into the country to hear and to see into lesson in the world of talk radio and talk television. However, most of the coverage was about horse race and people talking about people rather than speaking with people the preoccupation in talk radio and talk television with the horse race at the expense of policy. And people has caused damage I believe to journalism and to the country that something that requires a great and very close love. All right now, this could not be more wrong. And I have you in this audience is living walking proof that there is more discussion, informative educational discussion and opinion, by the way, nevertheless policy. You know, more about the details of the Newsweek cover on the show be at the details of ObamaCare that the media was not telling you be at the details of Muller's investigation. The things that they're not investigating the idea that here on talk radio audiences are not informed. It's the exact opposite. Frank with all due respect, sir. You are not listening. There is more education and more information provided on this program about the things I discuss this isn't talking at people. This is not people talking at talking to people. This is people doing what you used to do inform. And by the way, Franklin I sit down here every day. I don't think the way you. I don't sit here and think I've got to afflict the comfortable. Yeah. I gotta make the comfortable feel very uncomfortable today. And I've got gotta make the uncomfortable field. I think this way, but that is a tenant of journalism. They are taught that it's journalism one on one you are to afflict the comfortable. Translation, you are to go do hit pieces on the powerful. And you are not to do anything of the sort on the downtrodden, you are to be the champions of the downtrodden, and you were to take out the powerful as the oppressors. Our job is to give voice to the voiceless. The illegal immigrants would be voiceless. Wouldn't they accept as our last caller said, they're not voiceless? They've got more advocacy than conservatives have in this country. There are more advocates for illegal immigrants and their caused then there is for conservatism or conservatives today, and I would maintain the vast majority of the comfortable at these people are out of flick thing is us. Wouldn't you dawn? Yeah. Exactly. Right. But notice these tenants, we're not liberal. We're not liberal. The biggest problem in America is talk radio and cable news. Some of rolling news talk at they don't explore the issues, they just caused damage we need to take a very close. Look at that. They're talking about people rather than speaking. With people have even mean, I take calls on this. Now, then I speak with the people who call and who isn't he has to call out NPR because they're one group that went Iowa one group that got a visa to go to Illinois. These pe-. I'll tell you what I they are so full of themselves, folks. Can you imagine what the show would be is all I did every day was talking about what I do. And how important it is. And who out there is trying to undermine how long would you wanna listen to that? But these people get together, and they do these symposiums were all they do is naval gays, and they come up with all these enemies. Then impugned, but we're not liberal. We don't have any bias. We just want to afflict the comfortable. Why is that a tenant of journalism? Want? What purpose is served by finding somebody who's comfortable and making them nervous. Is it the assumption that somebody comfortable has committed a crime or has been on ethical or as cheated somebody in order to get comfortable? What's the premise here and don't down there? It is. It's it's journalism. One on one many different versions of it. Afflict the comfortable and conflict, a comfort the afflicted or whatever. It's to to attack the powerful and defend the powerlessness. All that. But it's all the same thing. And I wonder what the root of it is why is it? Good journalism to afflict the comfortable. Why is being comfortable powerful successful? Whatever why does that make you a suspect? And of course, if you're a Kennedy and comfortable, you're not a suspect. If you're an Obama, and you're comfortable, it doesn't make you a suspect. If your Donald Trump in your comfortable get out of the way. We're not only going to make Trump uncomfortable. We're gonna make Trump was she wasn't alive. And we're going to call it. Good journalists. You're listening to Rush Limbaugh voice on the right on the network..

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"frank sesno" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:38 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Terms apply. Okay. Back to the panel of journalists at the national judicial college symposium, entitled undermining the courts and the media the consequences for American democracy. And here next Cecilia Vega. From ABC news who again says that the media is not biased, politically, they are biased. Geographically. Here's what she says has been a geographic bias in newsrooms. And I think the surprise that so many of us all had on election night reflected that we were not collectively doing a good job of covering this country, and the people who live in it and their opinions in the lead up to the election. And I don't know that we still are today. Our editors our producers are management come from the same cities, the big cities in this country, and that has for a long time dictated how and where we focus our energy on our story is they don't think there is a liberal bias. But there certainly is a bias when it comes to where we have focused our energy and coverage. Well, two are inseparable. If you're admitting here that your your entire journalism staff is in big cities by definition. They're liberal. And if you're then admitting that they don't see how the rest of the country lives. It's because they're close minded. On interested, and I would suggest it's more on the interested because of an arrogance and condescension. I think they hold other people in contempt. I think journalists themselves do this. Then you get into big city dwellers. They have there's always been a. Sort of an arrogance about people who don't live in the city. They're not as worldly sophisticated experience aware. What have you? But boy are these people working hard to try to convince everybody at the undermining the courts, and the media symposium that there's no liberal bias out there. And this is what really gets them in trouble. They sit there and lie to everybody and try to get away with it. They they they're still trying to operate under this premise that. They are objective and fair in your misinterpreted liberal bias from the fact that we like conflict over things that work out. Well that I'm telling you that is a biggie. We don't like things at work out. Well, why not? Are you sick and tired of reading things I'm that establishment types, write op EDS and columns about how what we need are sober. Sharia and sophisticated people running our institutions of government on people who have been trained. Educated instructed on proper decorum. Isn't that why we're in this mess where is it written that that class of people has any better idea? How to save America advance America defend America than anybody else? Does. But it it. That's clearly what exists we need people would sober reflection. People very studious people were serious minded. Understand. Obstacles against the various factions phase. Gordon? Is dealing with with people who have no experience in the real world. But boy, do they behave in ways we can be proud. He donating south other people except the hell they don't. They. Sure as hell do. In and day out. We don't like solutions, and we think in well, and we don't like old we prefer the new, but we're not liberal don't call us liberal. We may be a bunch of liberals, and we may live in the cities, and we may have disdain for but don't call us liberal. Finally, Frank sesno. Frank sesno used to be at CNN. I remember Frank sesno. He was an anchor at CNN. I think it's a reported one five I'll tell you what I remember about Frank sesno, and it's not good or bad. It's just something. I remember he was working at CNN. This is in the eighties and. My ben. Yeah. Yeah. That was the eighties. Because Gorbachev is running the Soviet Union. And it was going to be a g eight or g ten some meeting of the world's western democracies? Powerful economic countries getting together, we still have these things and Gorbachev decided that he was going to show up. He's going to crash and Frank sesno could not contain his excitement reporting. It remember how wolf Blitzer was having orgasms reporting Bush's approval number finally down to the thirties. Frank sesno could not. Could not contain his enthusiasm for Gorbachev showing whatever was g eight. I mean, it was breaking news. Kyle. Joff not trophy is coming to the gym McKay. Breaking news the lights inspire Mikhail. So what of course, he's coming. His economy is falling flat. He's nothing but a third world military state. But it was it was like the biggest star in the world. It was Mikhail Gorbachev. Remember, they didn't like Reagan at all. That's Frank sesno. He did more than that. I'm just sharing with you. That's one of my memories says no is is now a media professor somewhere. It might it might well be at George Washington University school of media public affairs, director of that. And here's here's what he said about the media, not being liberal bias the question that's asked about are you liberal conservative misses? The point if our job is to afflict the comfortable and comfort the afflicted, if our job is to give to the voiceless that I think is sometimes what gets confused with a liberal bias NPR did exceptional work during the campaign to get out into the country to hear and to see and to listen in the world of talk radio and talk television. However, most of the coverage was about horse race and people talking about people rather than speaking with people the preoccupation in talk radio and talk television with the horse race at the expense of policy. And people has caused damage I believe to journalism and to the country that something that requires a great and very close. Look all right now, this could not be more wrong. And I have you in this audience as living walking proof that there is more discussion, informative educational discussion and opinion, by the way, nevertheless of policy. You know, more about the details of the news. We cover on this show. Be at the details of ObamaCare that the media was not telling you be at the details of Muller's investigation things if they're not investigating the idea that here on talk radio audiences are not informed. It's the exact opposite. Frank with all due respect, sir. You are not listening. There is more education and more information provided on this program about the things I discuss this isn't talking at people. This is not people talking at talking to people. This is people doing what you used to do inform. In my way, frankly, and I sit down here every day. I don't think. The way you don't sit here and think I've got to afflict the comfortable. Yeah. I gotta make the comfortable feel very uncomfortable today. And I've got to make the uncomfortable field think this way, but that is a tenant of journalism. They are taught that it's journalism one on one you are to afflict the comfortable. Translation, you are to go do hit pieces on the powerful. And you are not doing anything of the sort on downtrodden. You ought to be the champions of the downtrodden, and you were take out the powerful as the oppressors. Our job is to give voice to the voiceless. The illegal immigrants would be voiceless. Wouldn't they accept as our last caller? They're not voiceless. They've got more advocacy than conservatives have in this country. There are more advocates for illegal immigrants and their caused than there is for conservatism or conservatives today, and I would maintain the vast majority of the comfortable with these people are out of flick is us wouldn't you dawn? Yeah. Exactly. Right. But notice these tenants, we're not liberal. We're not liberal. The biggest problem in America is talk radio in cable news, some of all of us talk at they don't explore the issues they just caused damage we need to take a very close. Look at that. They're talking about people rather than speaking with people. Let us have even mean I take calls on this for now. And then I speak with the people who call and who isn't he has to call out NPR because they're one group that went Diawara. One group that got a visa. To go to Illinois. I'll tell you what I they are so full of themselves, folks. Can you imagine what the show would be is all I did every day was talking about what I do. And how important it is. And who out there is trying to undermine how long would you want to listen to that? But these people get together, and they do these symposiums were all they do is naval gays, and they come up with all these enemies. Then impugn, but we're not liberal. We don't have any bias. We just want to afflict the comfortable. Why is that a tenant of journalism? What did he want? What purpose is served by finding somebody who's comfortable and making it nervous. Is it the assumption that somebody comfortable has committed a crime or has been on ethical or as cheated somebody in order to get comfortable? What's the premise here? And don't doubt it is. It's it's journalism. One on one many different versions of it. Afflict the comfortable conflict comfort, the afflicted or whatever. It's too it to attack the powerful and defend the powerlessness and all that. But it's all the same thing. And I wonder what the root of it is why is it? Good journalism to afflict the comfortable. Why is being comfortable powerful successful? Whatever why does that make you a suspect? And of course, if you're a Kennedy and comfortable, you're not a suspect. If you're an Obama, and you're comfortable, it doesn't make you a suspect. If you're Donald Trump in your comfortable. Get out of the way. We're not only going to make Trump uncomfortable. We're gonna make Trump was she wasn't alive. We're going to call it. Good journalists. You're.

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WJR 760

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on WJR 760

"Check us out at the kindness revolution dot net. Journalists at the national judicial college symposium entitled undermining the courts at the media. The consequences for American democracy. And here next Cecilia Vega. From ABC news who again says that the media is not biased, politically, they are biased. Geographically. Here's what she says has been a geographic bias in newsrooms. And I think the surprise that so many of us all had on election night reflected that we were not collectively doing a good job of covering this country, and the people who live in it and their opinions in the lead up to the election. And I don't know that we still are today. Our editors our producers are management come from the same cities, the big cities in this country, and that has for a long time dictated how and where we focus our energy on our story is I don't think there is a liberal bias. But there certainly is a bias when it comes to where we have focused our energy and coverage. Well, two are inseparable. If you're admitting here that your your entire journalism staff is in big cities by definition. They're liberal. And if you're then admitting that they don't see how the rest of the country lives. It's because they're close minded. Are on interested, and I would suggest it's more on the interest in because of an arrogance and condescension. I think they hold other people in contempt. I think journalists themselves do this. Then you get into big city dwellers. They have there's always been a. Sort of an arrogance about people who don't live in the city that are not as worldly sophisticated experienced aware. What have you? But why are these people working hard to try to convince everybody at the undermining the courts, and the media symposium that there's no liberal bias out there. And this is what really gets them in trouble. They sit there and lie to everybody and try to get away with it. They they they're they're still trying to operate under this premise that. They are objective and fair. Now, you're misinterpreted liberal bias from the fact that we like conflict over things that work out. Well that I'm telling you that is a biggie. We don't like things at work out. Well, why not? Are you sick and tired of reading things? I know I am that establishment types write op EDS and columns about how what we need are sober. Serious and sophisticated people running our institutions of government on people who have been trained. Educated and instructed on proper decorum. Isn't that why we're in this mess where is it written that that class of people has any better idea? How to save America advance American defend America than anybody else? Does. But it it. That's clearly what exists we need people would sober reflection. People very stood if people were serious minded. Understand. Obstacles against the various back shoes that we've as Gordon. Is dealing with with people who have no experience in the real world. But boy, do they behave in ways we can be proud. He felt other people except the hell they don't. They. Sure as hell do. Day in and day out. We know like solutions, and we think in well, and we don't like old we prefer the new, but we're not liberal don't call us liberal. We may be a bunch of liberals that we may live in the cities, and we may have disdain for but don't call us liberal finally Frank sesno Frank sesno used to be at CNN. I remember Frank sesno. He was an anchor CNN. I guess reported one five I'll tell you what I remember about Frank sesno. And it's not good or bad is just something. I remember he was working at CNN is in the eighties and. Might have been. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It was the eighties. Because Gorbachev is running the Soviet Union. And it was going to be a g eight or g ten some meeting of the world's western democracies? Powerful economic countries getting together, we still have these things and Gorbachev decided that he was going to show up. He's going to crash and Frank sesno could not contain his excitement reporting. It remember how wolf Blitzer was having orgasms reporting Bush's approval number finally down the thirties. Frank sesno could not. Could not contain his enthusiasm for Gorbachev showing up whatever it was g eight. I mean, it was breaking news. Kyle. Kyle is coming to the Jim McCotter. Breaking news the lights and siren. So what of course, he's coming. His economy is falling flat. He's nothing but a third world military state. But it was it was like the biggest star in the world. It was Mikhail Gorbachev. Remember, they didn't like Reagan at all. That's Frank sesno. He did more than that. I'm just sharing with you. That's one of my memories says no is is now a media professor somewhere. It might it might well be at George Washington University school of media public affairs. The director of that. And here's here's what he said about the media of not being liberal bias the question that's asked about you liberal or conservative misses the point. If our job is to afflict, the comfortable and comfort the afflicted, if our job is to give voice to the voiceless that I think is sometimes what gets confused with a liberal bias NPR did exceptional work during the campaign to get out into the country to hear and to see and to listen in the world of talk radio and talk television. However, most of the coverage was about horse race and people talking about people rather than speaking with people the preoccupation in talk radio and talk television with the horse race at the expense of policy and people has caused damage I believe to journalism and to the country that something that requires a great and very close. Look all right now, this could not be more wrong. And I have you in this audience as living walking proof that there. Has more discussion informative educational discussion and opinion, by the way, nevertheless of policy. You know, more about the details of the news. We cover on the show be at the details of ObamaCare that the media was not telling you be at the details of Muller's investigation. The things that they're not investigating the idea that here on talk radio audiences are not informed. It's the exact opposite. Frank with all due respect, sir. You are not listening. There is more education and more information provided on this program about the things I discuss this isn't talking at people. This is not people talking at talking to people. This is people doing what you used to do inform. And by the way, frankly, and I sit down here every day. I don't think. The way I don't sit here and think I've got to afflict the comfortable. Yeah. I gotta make the comfortable feel very uncomfortable today. And I've got to make the uncomfortable field. I think this way, but that is a tenant of journalism. They are taught that it's journalism one on one you are to flicked the comfortable. Translation, you are to go do hit pieces on the powerful. And you are not doing anything of the sort on the downtrodden, you ought to be the champions of the downtrodden, and you were to take out the powerful as the oppressors. Our job is to give voice to the voiceless. The illegal immigrants would be voiceless. Wouldn't they accept as our last caller sent they're not voiceless? They've got more advocacy than conservatives have in this country. There are more advocates for illegal immigrants and their caused then there is for conservatism or conservatives today, and I would maintain the majority of the comfortable at these people are out of fleeting is us. Wouldn't you on? Yeah. Exactly. Right. But notice these tenants, we're not liberal. We're not liberal. The biggest problem in America is talk radio and cable news. Some of Raleigh news talk at. They don't explore the issues. They just cause damage we need to take a very close. Look at that. They're talking about people rather than speaking with people. What does that even mean? I take calls on this now, then I speak with the people who call and who isn't he has to call out NPR because they're one group that went Iowa one group that got a visa to go to Illinois. I'll tell you what I they are so full of themselves, folks. Can you imagine what the show would be is all I did every day was talking about what I do. And how important it is. And who out there is trained under McKay? How long would you want to listen to that? But these people get together, and they do these symposiums were all they do is naval gays, and they come up with all these enemies. Then impugned was we're not liberal. We don't have any bias. We just want to afflict the comfortable. Why is that a tenant of journalism? What what purpose is served by finding somebody who's comfortable and making them nervous. Is it the assumption that somebody comfortable has committed a crime or has been on ethical or has cheated somebody in order to get comfortable? What's the premise here? And don't doubt it is. It's it's journalism. One on one many different versions of it. A flicked the comfortable and conflict comfort the afflicted or whatever. The. It's to to attack the powerful and defend the powerlessness. All that. But it's all the same thing. And I wonder what the root of it is why is it? Good journalism to afflict the comfortable. Why is being comfortable powerful successful? Whatever why does that make you a suspect? And of course, if you're a Kennedy and comfortable, you're not a suspect. If you're an Obama, and you're comfortable, it doesn't make you a suspect. If your Donald Trump in your comfortable. Get out of the way. We're not only going to make Trump uncomfortable. We're gonna make Trump was she wasn't alive. And we're going to call it. Good journalists. You're listening to Rush Limbaugh.

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"frank sesno" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

12:30 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on KNSS

"Okay. Back to the panel of journalists at the national judicial college symposium, entitled undermining the courts and the media the consequences for American democracy. I am here next to seal the Vega from ABC news who again says that the media is not biased politically, they are biased. Geographically. Here's what she says. It has been a geographic bias in newsrooms. And I think the surprise that so many of us all had on election night reflected that we were not collectively doing a good job of covering this country, and the people who live in it and their opinions in the lead up to the election. And I don't know that we still are today. Our editors our producers are management come from the same cities, the big cities in this country, and that has for a long time dictated how and where we focus our energy on our stories. They don't think there is a liberal bias. But there certainly is a bias when it comes to where we have focused our energy and coverage. Well, two are inseparable. If you're admitting here that your your entire journalism staff is in big cities by definition. They're liberal. And if you're then admitting that they don't see how the rest of the country lives. It's because they're close minded. Are on interested, and I would suggest it's more on the interested because of an arrogance and condescension. I think they hold other people in contempt. I think journalists themselves do this. Then you get into big city dwellers. They have there's always been a. Sort of arrogance about people who don't live in the city. They're not as worldly sophisticated experienced aware. What have you? But boy are these people working hard to try to convince everybody at the undermining the courts, and the media symposium that there's no liberal bias out there. And this is what really gets them in trouble. They sit there and lie to everybody and try to get away with it. They they they're still trying to operate under this premise that. They are objective and fair in your misinterpreted liberal bias for the fact that we like conflict over things that work out. Well that I'm telling you that is a biggie. We don't like things at work out. Well, why not? Are you sick and tired of reading things? I know I am that establishment types write op EDS and columns about how what we need are sober. Syria, and sophisticated people running our institutions of government of people who have been trained and. News. Educated and instructed on proper decorum of isn't that why we're in this mess where is it written that that class of people has any better idea? How to save America advance America defend America than anybody else? Does. But it that's clearly what exists we need people would sober reflection. People are very stood if people were serious minded. Understand. Obstacles against the various factions that we've Asian accordingly. Is dealing with with with people who have no experience in the real world. But boy, do they behave in ways we can be proud. He felt other people accept the hell they don't. They. Sure as hell do. Day in and day out. We don't like solutions, and we think that in well, and we don't like old we prefer the new, but we're not liberal don't call us liberal. We may be a bunch of liberals. We may live in the cities, and we may have disdain for but don't call us liberal. Finally, Frank sesno. Frank sesno used to be at CNN. I remember Frank sesno. He was an anchor at CNN has reported one five I'll tell you what I remember about Frank sesno. And it's not good or bad is just something. I remember he was working at CNN. This is any eighties and. Might've been. Yeah. Yeah. Was the eighties. Because Gorbachev is running the Soviet Union. And it was going to be a g eight or g ten some meeting of the world's western democracies? Powerful economic countries getting together, we still have these things and Gorbachev decided that he was going to show up. He's going to crash it and Frank sesno could not contain his excitement reporting. It remember how wolf Blitzer was having orgasms reporting Bush's approval number finally down to the thirties. Frank sesno could not. Could not contain his enthusiasm for Gorbachev showing up. Whatever was g eight. I mean, it was breaking news. The kyle. Joff is coming to the gym McKay. Breaking news the lights and siren. So what of course, he's coming. His comedy is falling flat. He's nothing but a third world military state. But it was it was like the biggest star in the world. It was Mikhail Gorbachev. Remember, they didn't like Reagan at all. That's Frank sesno. He did more than that. I'm just sharing with you. That's one of my memories says no is is now a media professor somewhere. It might it might well be at George Washington University school of media public affairs, director of that. And here's here's what he said about the media not being liberal bias the question that's asked about all your liberal or conservative misses. The point. If our job is to afflict, the comfortable and comfort the afflicted, if our job is to give voice to the voiceless that I think is sometimes what gets confused with a liberal bias NPR did exceptional work during the campaign to get out into the country to hear and to see into listen in the world of talk radio and talk television. However, most of the coverage was about horse race and people talking about people rather than speaking with people the preoccupation in talk radio and talk television with the horse race at the expense of policy. And people has caused damage I believe to journalism and to the country that something that requires a great and very close. Look all right now, this could not be more wrong. And I have you in this audience as living walking proof that there is more discussion, informative educational discussion and opinion, by the way, nevertheless of policy. You know, more about the details of the news. We cover on the show be at the details of ObamaCare that the media was not telling you be at the details of Muller's investigation. The things that they're not investigating the idea that here on talk radio audiences are not informed. It's the exact opposite. Frank with all due respect, sir. You are not listening. There is more education and more information provided on this program about the things I discuss this isn't talking at people. This is not people talking at talking to people. This is people doing what you used to do inform. In my the way, frankly, and I sit down here every day. I don't think. The way I don't sit here and think I've got to afflict the comfortable. Yeah. I gotta make the comfortable feel very uncomfortable today. And I've got to make the uncomfortable field think this way, but that is a tenant of journalism. They are taught that it's journalism one on one. You are a flicked the comfortable. Translation, you are to go do hit pieces on the powerful. And you are not doing anything of the sort on the downtrodden, you are to be the champions of the downtrodden, and you were to take out the powerful as the oppressors. Our job is to give voice to the voiceless. The illegal immigrants would be voiceless. Wouldn't they accept as our last caller said, they're not voiceless? They've got more advocacy than conservatives have in this country. There are more advocates for illegal immigrants and their caused then there is for conservatism or conservatives today, and I would maintain the vast majority of the comfortable at these people are out of flick thing is us, wouldn't you dawn? Yeah. Exactly. Right. But notice these tenants, we're not liberal. We're not liberal. Biggest problem in America is talk radio and cable news. Some of rolling news talk at they don't explore the issues they just cause damage. We need to take a very close. Look at that. They're talking about people rather than speaking. With people have even mean, I take calls on this. Now, then I speak with the people who call and who isn't he has to call out NPR because they're one group that went the Iowa one group that got a visa to go to Illinois. These I'll tell you why they are so full of themselves, folks. Can you imagine what the show would be is all I did every day was talk about what I do. And how important it is. And who out there is trained under McKay? How long would you want to listen to that? But these people get together, and they do these symposiums were all they do is naval gays, and they come up with all these enemies. Then impugned was we're not liberal. We don't have any bias. We just want to afflict the comfortable. Why is that a tenant of journalism where did didn't even want? What purpose is served by finding somebody who's comfortable and making them nervous. Is it the assumption that somebody comfortable has committed a crime or has been on ethical or has cheated somebody in order to get comfortable? What's the premise here? And don't doubt me it is it's it's journalism. One on one many different versions of it. Flicked the comfortable and conflict comfort the afflicted or whatever. The. It's to to attack the powerful and defend the powerlessness. All that. But it's all the same thing. And I wonder what the root of it is why is it? Good journalism to afflict the comfortable. Why is being comfortable powerful successful? Whatever why does that make you a suspect? And of course, if you're a Kennedy uncomfortable, you're not a suspect if you're an Obama, and you're comfortable, it doesn't make you a suspect. If your Donald Trump in your comfortable. Get out of the way. We're not only going to make Trump uncomfortable. We're gonna make Trump was she wasn't alive. And we're going to call it. Good journalists. You're listening to Rush Limbaugh voice on the right on the B network Georgia.

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"frank sesno" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:18 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Judicial college symposium, entitled undermining the courts and the media the consequences for American democracy. And here next Cecilia Vega. From ABC news who again says that the media is not biased, politically, they are biased. Geographically. Here's what she says. It has been a geographic bias in newsrooms. And I think the surprise that so many of us all had on election night reflected that we were not collectively doing a good job of covering this country, and the people who live in it and their opinions in the lead up to the election. And I don't know that we still are today. Our editors our producers are management come from the same cities, the big cities in this country, and that has for a long time dictated how and where we focus our energy on our stories. They don't think there is a liberal bias. But there certainly is a bias when it comes to where we have focused our energy and coverage two tour inseparable, if you're admitting here that your your entire journalism staff is in big cities by definition. They're liberal. And if you're then admitting that they don't see how the rest of the country lives. It's because they're close minded. Or on interested, and I would suggest it's more on the interested because of an arrogance and condescension. I think they hold other people in contempt. I think journalists themselves do this. Then you get into big city dwellers. They have there's always been a. Sort of an arrogance about people who don't live in the city. They're not as worldly sophisticated experienced aware. What have you? But boy are these people working hard to try to convince everybody at the undermining the courts, and the media symposium that there's no liberal bias out there. And this is what really gets them in trouble. They sit there and lie to everybody and try to get away with it. They they they're still trying to operate under this premise that. They are objective and fair. Now, you're misinterpreted liberal bias from the fact that we like conflict over things that work out. Well that I'm telling you that is a biggie. We don't like things at work out. Well, why not? I mean, I argue sick and tired of reading things. I know I am that establishment types write op EDS and columns about how what we need are sober. Serious sophisticated people running our institutions of government people who have been trained. Educator and instructed on proper decorum. Isn't that why we're in this mess where is it written that that class of people has any better idea? How to save America advance America defender Barucha than anybody else? Does. That's clearly what exists we need people would sober reflection. People are very studious people were serious minded. Understand. Obstacles against the various factions that we've Asian. Gordon is dealing with with people who have no experience in the real world. But boy, do they behave in ways we can be proud. He don't insult people. Accept the hell they don't. They. Sure as hell do. Day in and day out. We don't like solutions, and we think in well, and we don't like old we prefer the new, but we're not liberal don't call us liberal. We may be a bunch of liberals, and we live in the cities, and we may have this danger. But don't call us liberal. Finally, Frank sesno. Frank sesno used to be at CNN. I remember Frank sesno. He was an anchor at CNN reported one five I'll tell you what I remember about Frank sesno. And it's not good or bad is just something. I remember he was working at CNN. This is any eighties and. Might have been. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It was the eighties. Because Gorbachev is running the Soviet Union. And there was going to be a g eight or g ten some meeting of the world's western democracies? Powerful economic countries getting together, we still have these things and Gorbachev decided that he was going to show up. He's going to crash and Frank sesno could not contain his excitement reporting. It remember how wolf Blitzer was having orgasms reporting Bush's approval number finally down the thirties. Frank sesno could not. Could not contain his enthusiasm for Gorbachev showing up. But whatever was g eight. I mean, it was breaking news. Kyle. Not is coming to the Jim McCotter, breaking news and the lights and siren. So what of course, he's coming. His economy is falling flat. He's nothing but a third world military state. But it was it was like the biggest star in the world Kyle garbage. I'm remember they didn't like Reagan at all. That's Frank sesno. He did more than that. I'm just sharing with you. That's one of my memories says no is is now a media professor somewhere. It might it might well be at George Washington University school of media public affairs. Think he's the director of that. And here's here's what he said about the media, not being liberal bias the question that's asked about how you liberal or conservative misses. The point if our job is to afflict the comfortable and comfort the afflicted, if our job is to give voice to the voiceless that I think is sometimes what gets confused with a liberal bias NPR did exceptional work during the campaign to get out into the country to hear and to see into listen in the world of talk radio and talk television. However, most of the coverage was about horse race and people talking about people rather than speaking with people, the preoccupation, talk radio and talk television with the horse race at the expense of policy and people has caused damage I believe to journalism and to the country that something that requires a great and very close. All right now, this could not be more wrong. And I have you in this audience as living walking proof that there. There's more discussion informative educational discussion and opinion, by the way, nevertheless of policy. You know, more about the details of the news. We cover on the show be at the details of ObamaCare that the media was not telling you be at the details of Muller's investigation. The things that they're not investigating the idea that here on talk radio audiences are not informed. It's the exact opposite. Frank with all due respect, sir. You are not listening. There is more education and more information provided on this program about the things I discuss this isn't talking at people. This is not people talking at talking to people. This is people doing what you used to do informed. And by the way, Franklin. Let's sit down here every day. I don't think. The way I don't sit here and think I've got to afflict the comfortable. Yeah. I gotta make the comfortable feel very uncomfortable today. And I got to make the uncomfortable field. I think this way, but that is a tenant of journalism. They are taught that it's journalism one on one you are to a flicked the comfortable. Translation, you are to go do hit pieces on the powerful. And you are not doing anything of the sort on downtrodden. You ought to be the champions of the downtrodden, and you were take out the powerful as the oppressors. Our job is to give voice to the voiceless. The illegal immigrants would be voiceless. Wouldn't they accept as our last caller said, they're not voiceless? They've got more advocacy than conservatives have in this country. There are more advocates for illegal immigrants and their caused then there is for conservatism or conservatives today, and I would maintain to you to demand majority of the comfortable at these people are out of flipping is us, wouldn't you dawn? Yeah. Exactly. Right. But notice these tenants, we're not liberal. We're not liberal. The biggest problem in America is talk radio and cable news. Some of news talk at they don't explore the issues. They just cause damage we need to take a very close. Look at that. They're talking about people rather than speaking with people. What does that even mean? I take calls on this now, then I speak with the people who call and who isn't he has to call out NPR because they're one group that went to Iowa one group that got a visa. To go to Illinois. I'll tell you why they are so full of themselves, folks. Can you imagine what the show would be is all I did every day was talking about what I do. And how important it is. And who out there is trying under McKay? How long would you want to listen to that? But these people get together, and they do these symposiums were all they do is naval gays, and they come up with all these enemies. They then impugned, but we're not liberal. We don't have any bias. We just want to flicked the comfortable. Why is that a tenant of journalism? Want? What purpose is served by finding somebody who's comfortable and make nervous. Is it the assumption that somebody comfortable has committed a crime or has been on ethical or as cheated somebody in order to get comfortable? What's the premise here? And don't doubt me it is it's it's journalism. One on one many different versions of it. Afflict the comfortable and conflict comfort, the afflicted or whatever. It's to to attack the powerful and defend the powerlessness. All that. But it's all the same thing. And I wonder what the root of it is why is it? Good journalism to afflict the comfortable. Why is being comfortable powerful successful? Whatever why does that make you a suspect? And of course, if you're a Kennedy and comfortable, you're not a suspect. If you're an Obama, and you're comfortable, it doesn't make you a suspect. If your Donald Trump in your comfortable. Get out of the way. We're not only going to make Trump uncomfortable. We're gonna make Trump was she wasn't alive. And we're going to call it. Good journalists. You're listening.

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"frank sesno" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Would you do? Radio. Seven FM. Back to the panel of journalists at the national judicial college symposium, entitled undermining the courts and the media the consequences for American democracy. I am here next to seal the Vega from ABC news who again says that the media is not biased politically, they are biased. Geographically. Here's what she says has been a geographic bias in newsrooms than I think the surprise that. So many of us all had on election night reflected that we were not collectively doing a good job of covering this country, and the people who live in it and their opinions in the lead up to the election. And I don't know that we still are today. Our editors our producers are management come from the same cities, the big cities in this country, and that has for a long time dictated how and where we focus our energy on our stories. I don't think there is a liberal bias. There certainly is a bias when it comes to where we have focused our energy and coverage will tour inseparable, if you're a meeting here that your your entire journalism staff is in big cities by definition. They're liberal. And if you're then admitting that they don't see how the rest of the country lives is because they're close minded. On interested, and I would suggest it's more on the interest because of an arrogance and condescension. I think they hold other people in contempt. I think journalists themselves do this. Then you get into big city dwellers. They have there's always been a sort of an arrogance about people who don't live in the city are not as worldly sophisticated experienced aware. What have you? But boy are these people working hard to try to convince everybody at the undermining the courts, and the media symposium that there's no liberal bias out there. See, and this is what really gets them in trouble. They sit there and lie to everybody and try to get away with it. They they they're they're still trying to operate under this premise that. They are objective and fair in you're misinterpreted liberal bias for the fact that we like conflict over things that work out. Well that I'm telling you that is a biggie. We don't like things at work out. Well, why not? Are you sick and tired of reading things? I know I am that establishment types write op EDS and columns about how what we need are sober. Sharia sad sophisticated people running our institutions of government people who have been trained and educated and instructed on proper decorum of isn't that why we're in this mess where is it written that that class of people has any better idea? How to save America advance America defend America than anybody else? Does. But it it it. That's clearly what exists we need people would sober reflection. People very studious people were serious minded. Understand. Obstacles. The various factions that we've as. Cordingley? Dealing with with people who have no experience in the real world. But why do they behave in ways we can be proud? They don't he felt people accept the hell they don't. They. Sure as hell do. Day in and day out. We don't like solutions, and we think that in well, and we don't like old we prefer the new, but we're not liberal don't call us liberal. We may be a bunch of liberals remain live in the cities. And we may have disdain for but don't call us liberal. Finally, Frank sesno. Frank sesno used to be at CNN. I remember Frank sesno. He was an anchor at CNN reported one five I'll tell you what I remember about Frank sesno. And it's not good or bad is just something. I remember he was working at CNN. This is eighties. And. Might have been. Yeah. Yeah. Because Gorbachev is running the Soviet Union. And it was going to be a g eight or g ten some meeting of the world's western democracies? Powerful economic countries getting together, we still have these things and Gorbachev decided that he was going to show up. He's going to crash and Frank sesno could not contain his excitement reporting. It your how wolf Blitzer was having orgasms reporting Bush's approval number finally down in the thirties. Frank sesno could not. Could not contain his enthusiasm for Gorbachev showing up. Whatever was g eight. I mean, it was breaking news. The Kyle garbage off. Trophy is coming.

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"frank sesno" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM Nihar radio station. Okay. Back to the panel of journalists at the national judicial college symposium, entitled undermining the courts and the media the consequences for American democracy. I am here next to seal the Vega from ABC news who again says that the media is not biased politically, they are biased. Geographically. Here's what she says has been a geographic bias in newsrooms. And I think the surprise that so many of us all had on election night reflected that we were not collectively doing a good job of covering this country, and the people who live in it and their opinions in the lead up to the election. And I don't know that we still are today. Our editors our producers are management come from the same cities, the big cities in this country, and that has for a long time dictated how where we focus our energy on our stories. They don't think there is a liberal bias. But there certainly is a bias when it comes to where we have focused our energy and coverage. Well, two are inseparable. If you're admitting here that your your entire journalism staff is in big cities by definition. They're liberal. And if you're then admitting they don't see how the rest of the country lives. It's because they're close minded. On interested, and I would suggest it's more on the interest, and because of an arrogance and condescension. I think they hold other people in contempt. I think journalists themselves do this. Then you get into big city dwellers. They have there's always been a. Sort of an arrogance about people who don't live in the city. They're not as worldly sophisticated experienced aware. What have you? But boy are these people working hard to try to convince everybody at the undermining the courts, and the media symposium that there's no liberal bias out there. See, and this is what really gets them in trouble. They sit there and lie to everybody and try to get away with it. They they they're still trying to operate under this premise that. They are objective and fair in your misinterpreted liberal bias for the fact that we like conflict over things that work out. Well that I'm telling you that is a biggie. We don't like things at work out. Well, why not? Are you sick and tired of reading things? I know I am that establishment types write op EDS and columns about how what we need are sober. Sharia sad sophisticated people running our institutions of government people who have been trained and. Educated and instructed on proper decorum, isn't that why we're in this? Where is it written that that class of people has any better idea? How to save America advance America defend America than anybody else? Does. But it it it. That's clearly what exists we need people would sober reflection. People are very studious people were serious minded. Understand. Obstacles against the various choose that. We've as. Quarterly. Is dealing with with with people who have no experience in the real world. But why do they behave in ways we can be proud? He even sell other people, except the hell they don't. They. Sure as hell do. Day in and day out. We don't like solutions, and we think in well, and we don't like old we prefer the new, but we're not liberal don't call us liberal. We may be a bunch of liberals that we may live in the cities, and we may have disdain for but don't call us liberal finally Frank sesno Frank sesno used to be at CNN. I remember Frank sesno. He was an anchor CNN reported one five I'll tell you what I remember about Frank sesno. And it's not good or bad is just something. I remember he was working at CNN. This is an eighties and. Might've been. Yeah. Yeah. That was the eighties. Because Gorbachev is running the Soviet Union. And there was going to be a g eight or g ten some meeting of the world's western democracies? Powerful economic countries getting together, we still have these things and Gorbachev decided that he was going to show up. He's going to crash and Frank sesno could not contain his excitement reporting. It remember how wolf Blitzer was having orgasms reporting Bush's approval number finally down to the thirties. Frank sesno could not. Could not contain his enthusiasm for Gorbachev showing up. Whatever was g eight. I mean, it was breaking news the Kyle Gorbachev. Gorbachev.

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"frank sesno" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You know. That's not true. You're you're you're playing for laughs. You've lived through enough presidencies to know hold on the president's the ratings before Trump meetings. Now, I would say we might be up twenty. We might be up thirty percent. We might be up forty percent. If we go back down forty percent. That's okay. Too. We'll be. Rejects the premise that these networks are making so much money off of Trump, and we we benefit from it told me for a moment. Let's get away from CNN. Sensitive subject. Let's go to MSNBC. Is there a moment of the day? When they are not focusing on Donald Trump or some intimately related subject. I mean that was just. It was amazing to hear. And it is it is very true. And I said at the time, I don't know why Brian Stelter is arguing it 'cause I would go it. Yeah. It's been great for ratings. He's an absolutely great for ratings. You not the problem is it's bad for the country. Like, you can argue it that way, and then people get discussed policies, and you know, what what's actually happened while tax cuts work, but the feel of the nation, and well, you've got you know, people's believe consumer confidence. Oh, yeah. But the the world's stage and people can make arguments, and and at least he'd have the argument. I don't think he will be successful in the argument. I just think you'll be able to have the argument, but he took this route bringing Frank sesno asked the question by Brian Stelter, this controversy volun- Cavanaugh only transpired because of the press because of the Washington Post story about four and then the New Yorker story about ever met Ramirez, there's been so much reporting, and frankly, Frank sesno, some misreporting. Do you think the press is coming out of this looking weaker because many people feel that the press chose a side through this? Yes, certainly, that's the way it's kind of look to Trump supporters and people who've been questioning the media's bias in their ability to support straight for a long time. And we know where the.

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"frank sesno" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"frank sesno" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"This is Katie next in-depth along with Charles Feldman. I'm Chris Eaton's. There will be a delay looks like there will be an FBI investigation. But real at all be just for appearances, the judiciary committee voted to send the nomination of Brad Kavanagh to the full Senate. But with a recommendation to delay any vote for about a week to give the FBI time to investigate allegations raised by Dr Christian blase Ford against judge cavenaugh. The White House is expected to ask the FBI to launch a pro but its hands. We'll be tied by a strict time limit limits on the scope of any investigation. We will go in depth on a supreme court nomination that has further dividing and already divided nation and coming up later in the show Facebook, hacked, the social media giant says the security breach affected some fifty million user accounts. What should you do and the flu killed eighty thousand people this past season shocking? Numbers. Why so fatal, and what might be in store for us in the coming months? Plus the SEC sues tesla CEO Elon Musk for fraud. Plug into that story as well. But first Frank sesno, former White House correspondent EMMY award winning journalist and director of the George Washington University. And also joining us is Sam Baker judiciary reporter from axios. Sam let me start with you for a brief update on. What was a remarkable? I think by any measure preceding this morning at the judiciary committee in the Senate. It really was you know, this whole process just seems to to find new ways to get more dramatic every time you think it's about done. What happened this morning that the judiciary committee came together Senator Jeff flake said publicly that he was inclined to vote for Brad Kavanagh as vote was coming up in committee. There was just sort of all this commotion Senator flake went back into sort of back room off of off of the main committee room. There were Democrats coming in and out that Republicans going in and out something was going on with Senator flake. And then finally he came out and said, look, I'm still gonna vote for cavenaugh. But I want. Exactly one week. No more than a week after the FBI look into some of these allegations against him Frank sesno up to but not more than one week for the FBI to conduct this investigation. Jeff flake says he wants it to be sure to limited in scope, your take on what we saw go down today. It was amazing. Of course today was an opportunity. I think to really see some of these members of the Senate Judiciary committee, take a breath and realized just how divisive and terribly polarizing the current situation is that it was not that it was untenable both for the nominee where he'd be approved and go up there. He would live under a cloud forever. And it would desperately divide the country and show that the Senate breaking with past nominations. A potentially is passing a pure party line vote for for a nominee. So they they step back. And I was very impressed by some of the comments from some of the senators who recognized that they had responsibility for. Whether this country was going to just have any opportunity to come together, any even minor way around this. So I think it was a very significant development for cabin, of course for the president. And for these members of the Senate both parties, politically and for the country and the court, okay? But Frank and salmon, and Frank tackled is first, and then Sammy few will I wonder if this is all in the end just repair purposes because the FBI first of all they're not going to be doing a criminal investigation. It isn't a federal crime that's being alleged here. It's a background check. Secondly, as I mentioned at the top they're being given a time limit of a week. They're being given limits on the scope of their investigation. So in the end is this all just for show, Frank? I don't think it's all just for show. But there's a lot of show here. There are certainly limits. Very big limits as you say to what the FBI or anybody would be able to pull out in a short period of time. But talk to Mark judge talked to some of these people at the end of this time, there will either be someone saying there's nothing that we can find here are the facts as we know them, and there's no corroboration or there will be. Will rip away the cover from both sides potential? Sam your take. Yeah. I basically agree with that. I think there's a very strong likelihood here that it'd be end of this week we end up with some outcome. That is not an FBI report, totally exonerating judge Cavanaugh and is not an F B I report. You know, totally obviously thinking his nomination with new information. I think we might end up in sort of a grey area similar to where we are now. And and I don't just sort of present the same question senators are ducking right now. Sam Baker judiciary, a reporter for actually ocean. Frank sesno, former White House correspondent EMMY award winning journalist director.

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