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Views of the News Preview: Remembering Rush Limbaugh

Feb 17, 2021

Rush Limbaugh has died at the age of 70. Join us as we look back at how he transformed the talk radio genre while shaping today’s Republican party. Also, a member of the Biden press team resigns, evaluating the coverage of former the Trump impeachment trial, and ‘Framing Britney Spears.’

Brian Flood, Fox News: "Rush Limbaugh, conservative talk radio pioneer, dead at 70"

Ethan Sacks, NBC News: "Conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh has died at age 70"

Marc Fisher, Washington Post: "Rush Limbaugh, conservative radio provocateur and cultural phenomenon, dies at 70"

Robert D. McFadden, New York Times: "Rush Limbaugh, talk radio's conservative provocateur, dies at 70"

Joe Walsh, Forbes: "Rush Limbaugh's biggest - and most controversial - moments"

Paul Farhi, Washington Post: "Rush Limbaugh is ailing. And so if the conserative-talk radio industry"

'Framing Britney Spears'

Times Insider Staff: “Behind the making of ‘Framing Britney Spears’

Julia Jacobs, New York Times: “’Sorry, Britney’: Media is criticized for past coverage, and some own up

Kayla Keegan, Good Housekeeping: “The truth about Britney Spears’s involvement in the ‘Framing Britney’ documentary

Brian Lowry, CNN: “’Framing Britney Spears’ is as much about the singer’s fans as her legal woes

Julia Jacobs, New York Times: “Justin Timberlake apologizes to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson

Biden press aide resigns

Caleb Ecarma, Vanity Fair: “’I will destroy you’: Biden aide threatened a Politico reporter pursuing a story on his relationship

Michael D. Shear, New York Times: “White House press aide resigns over call to reporter

Arlette Saenz, Kaitlan Collins, Jason Hoffman & Oliver Darcy, CNN: “White House deputy press secretary resigns after threatening reporter for story about him

Sarah Rumpf, Mediaite: “Breaking: TJ Ducklo resigns from White House Comms team after reporter harassment controversy

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Opinion: ‘I will destroy you’: Biden White House’s first media scandal

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Opinion: Politico loses scoop to People

Adam Carlson, People: “Reporter foregoes covering president as romance blossoms with Biden aide battling cancer: Didn't think twice"

Impeachment trial concludes

Amy Gardner, Mike DeBonis, Seung Min Kim & Karoun Demirjian, Washington Post: “Trump acquitted on impeachment charge of inciting deadline attack on the Capitol

Nicholas Fandos, New York Times: “Trump acquitted of inciting insurrection, even as bipartisan majority votes ‘guilty’

Tiffany Hsu & Katie Robertson, New York Times: “You can barely tell it’s the same trial in cable impeachment coverage

Lincoln Project implodes

Lachlan Markay, Axios: “Scoop: Lincoln Project co-founder resigns

Amanda Becker, The 19th: “Inside the Lincoln Project’s ‘toxic’ workplace

Steve Peoples, AP: “Lincoln Project to launch outside probe amid new revelations

Miranda Green, New York Magazine: “The predator in the Lincoln Project

Blake Montgomery & Allison Quinn, The Daily Beast: “Lincoln Project sinks deeper into turmoil as ex-staffers demand to speak freely

Joe Concha, The Hill: “The swift death of the media darlings known as the Lincoln Project

Seth J. Frantzman, The Jerusalem Post: “How was a lack of diversity the sign for the Lincoln Project’s downfall?

‘Idol’ returns with Claudia Conway

Daniel D’Addario, Variety: “How ‘American Idol’ used Claudia Conway

Kimberly Ricci, Uproxx: “’American Idol’ is being dragged for giving Kellyanne Conway a chance to portray herself as a doting mother in the wake of abuse allegations

Where’s the Dinosaur Reporting?

Mary Louise Kelly, NPR: “8-year-old calls out NPR for lack of dinosaur stories

Jeremy Blum, HuffPost: “8-year-old sends stern letter urging NPR to broadcast more dinosaur stories