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Views of the News Preview: Paying Marjorie Taylor Greene Too Much Attention?

Feb 2, 2021

At a time when attention is a form of currency, is the news media giving U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga) too much? Also, Saturday Night Live’s first new episode since the start of the Biden administration, how the news media explained the GameStop gambit, and preparing for Super Bowl LV. From the Missouri School of Journalism professors Amy Simons, Earnest Perry and Kathy Kiely: Views of the News.

Reliable Sources, CNN: “Right and wrong way to cover Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene

Rebecca Shabad, NBC News: “House Democrats file resolution to strip Majorie Taylor Greene of committee assignments

Michael Kranish, Reis Thebault & Stephanie McCrummen, Washington Post: “How Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, promoter of QAnon’s baseless theories, rose with support from key Republicans

Dahleen Glanton, Chicago Tribune: “Column: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is dangerously kooky. Apparently, that’s just what we voters want.

Editorial Board, New York Times: “If Marjorie Taylor Greene isn’t beyond the pale, who is?

SNL Asks ‘What Still Works?’

Frank Pallotta, CNN: “’SNL’ takes on Marjorie Taylor Greene, GameStop and Tom Brady

Bethonie Butler, Washington Post: “SNL skewers Marjorie Taylor Greene, the vaccine rollout and GameStop, reminding us that things are still very bad

Henry McKenna, For the Win: “John Kransinski, ‘Saturday Night Live’ roast tom Brady for his support of Donald Trump

GameStop, the short sell and telling the story

Joseph Earp, Junkee: “Here’s how a sub-reddit is using a failing video game retailer to f**k Wall Street

Mary K. Jacob, Mediaite: “NY Post deletes story after getting duped by random Twitter user who pushed absurd story about buying GameStop stock

Alex Shephard, New Republic: “The GameStop saga is the first post-Trump story

Kevin Stankiewicz, CNBC: “Rapper Ja Rule says GameStop frenzy, stock market can be fun for young investors but be careful

Katie Way, VICE: “Here’s why women are less likely to have gone in on the GameStop gambit

Eric Levitz, New York Magazine: “How Redditors beat hedge funds at their own Game(Stop)

Andrew Ross Sorkin, Jason Karaian, Michael J. ds la Merced, Lauren Hirsch and Ephrat Livni, New York Times: “Why Robinhood had to risk infuriating its customers

Associated Press: “The new GameStop may be silver: Price of precious metal rallying

A new era in news management

Michael M. Grynbaum, New York Times: “ABC News’s president, James Goldston, is exiting as executive turnover in TV news continues.

Katie Robertson & Marc Tracy, Washington Post: “Washington Post, Reuters and Los Angeles Times search for new top editors

Oliver Darcy, CNN: “Seismic changes are altering the media and entertainment landscape

Paul Farhi, Washington Post: “Martin Baron, executive editor who oversaw dramatic Washington Post expansion, announces retirement

Dan Froomkin, Press Watch: “What the next generation of editors need to tell their political reporters

Ben Smith, New York Times: “Survey says: Never tweet

Full Survey:

Joe Pompeo, Vanity Fair: “’We can’t have that’: Inside the New York Times’ firing of Lauren Wolfe

Super Bowl LV

Nicole Lyn Pesce, MarketWatch: “Super Bowl 2021: Why brands like Coke, Budweiser and Pepsi are benching their stars from in-game commercials this year

Amanda Kooser, CNET: “Super Bowl 2021 ads: Bud Light and Tide commericials lead the pack so far

Megan Graham, CNBC: “Here are all the Super Bowl ads that have been released so far

Corinne Heller, E!: “Super Bowl 2021 Commericials: Watch ads starring Mindy Kaling, Jimmy Kimmel and more