Cramer vs. Cramer: Would the real Jim Cramer please stand up? Because the cowed apologist on “The Daily Show” last night looked nothing like the barking loon on “Mad Money.”
Driven to Insanity: KATV parent Allbritton Communications, desperate to bring back those screaming local car dealer ads, says it will give employees $2,000 toward a new car. Did you hear that, Jeff? $2,000. For employees. To help the economy. Just sayin’.
12-Second Twitter: Emily Reeves on 12seconds.tv, video’s answer to Twitter. Inevitable!
Project ‘Debrief’: David Kinkade of The Arkansas Project appears with Jessica Dean tonight on the “Daily Debrief.”
Meh: All this angst about losing daily newspapers? Turns out, not many Americans give a rip if their daily paper goes under, according to a Pew study. And apparently, neither does National Public Radio!
Point of Privilege: At least someone is siding with daily newspapers on something. In Arkansas, it’s the state Supreme Court!
Bad News: The New York Times’ link-worthy national newspaper destruction map, which looks like something you’d see on the wall in “Dr. Strangelove.”
It’s So Crazy It Just Might Work: “Good Morning America” purchases time on local cable TV to advertise its runner-up morning show during its competitors’ morning shows. Crafty.
Gone Baby Gone: Jim Kelly, the managing editor of Time magazine during its “glory days,” is leaving.
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