Friday, September 03, 2004

On the opening night of the Republican convention, Fox News Channel made television history by drawing more viewers than any of the Big Three broadcast networks. It could be the latest sign that the network dinosaurs are gradually conceding news coverage to the feisty cable news channels. Brooke talks to Brian Stelter, editor of, about what that means for overall convention coverage. Plus, Brooke reads from listeners’ letters, and updates our recent story about press freedom in China.

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