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Host: Keith Olbermann
Olby was back with the opening spiel again, but we were so taken with his pronouncement that he is truly a "journalist" who only occasionally injects comment or opinion into his broadcast that we decided to put that claim to the test. So tonight we break from our usual format. We'll simply note Edward R Olbermann's words, since they will doubtlessly prove what an unbiased and straightforward "journalist" he really is.
Well, that seems pretty clear. Keith is obviously a straight, no-nonsense journalist. Oh he'll do a commentary "periodically", but clearly his reporting night after night is wholly untainted with even a scent of favoritism or partisanship.
Note: Olby squeezed in an apology for the Wendy Vitter Is a Ho program. Of course he emphasized that it happened "on a night I was off". And the perpetrators were fired? Discliplined? Suspended? Apparently none of the above.
#3: Junk in space. #2: NBA Scandal [regurgitated NBC video], plus Harry Potter, Britney Spears, Drew Carey. #1: Cruise News! Whoooopeeee!! Where is Michael Musto?
In the media matters minute, Oralmann attacked Fran Townsend (R; Blue Blog Source: Crooks & Liars), Bill O'Reilly (Fox; Blue Blog Source: Media Matters), and Sean Hannity of "Fox Noise" (hilarious still!; Virtually Verbatim Blue Blog Source: Media Matters). Yep, more of that unbiased, nonpartisan, straightforward reportage from the discredited sports guy.
Olbermann's book The book that bears Olbermann's name plumetted to #33,102 at amazon.com, while "Culture Warrior" is #1,439. (It's that 2-for-$25 sale!) The OlbyTome remains mired below the ranking radar at Barnes & Noble; O'Reilly's book is #1,482 there, and is one of the top five books of 2006 per Publishers Weekly. On Friday, the infamous, deplorable Keith Olbermann finally eked out a second place finish, while still losing overwhelmingly to The O'Malkin Factor both in total viewers and in the coveted, all-important, much-beloved, critical "key demo". Tonight's MisterMeter reading: 4 [GUARDED]