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November 05, 2004 | 23:04:29 EST
CBS promised that it would release the results of an independent investigation into the Memogate scandal. Of course, the findings would be not be released until after the election.
Now that the election is over, we all await the findings of the investigation headed by former Attorney General Dick Thornburgh and the former head of the Associated Press, Louis Boccardi.
CBS Fires Trigger-happy Producer
November 13, 2004 | 07:28:34 EST
Friday both Reuters and Broadcasting and Cable magazine reported that CBS has fired the producer it blamed for preempting the network's popular "CSI: New York" show to announce the death of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat.
Like many of our readers, however, we do wonder why the preemption of "CSI" is an immediate firing offense at CBS while deliberately ignoring warnings about forged documents in a blockbuster story is not.