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Veteran journalist Howard Kurtz is no stranger to criticizing the media. He did it for 20 years as a media columnist for The Washington Post and as host of CNN's long-running "Reliable Sources" from 1998 through the first half of 2013. So it's no surprise that shortly after departing CNN in mid-2013 for rival Fox News Channel he would premiere a show for his new employer that is modeled after his previous program. In addition to Kurtz and his weekly panel discussing how the press covers a variety of topics that include technology, social media, politics and sports, the host also interviews some of the country's top journalists. And, as you might expect in these social mediacentric times, "MediaBuzz" features some viewers' questions and comments on the show.

Latest episodes

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An analysis on the media's shaping of current events and their role in politics.
aired 8 days ago
Guests Mollie Hemingway, Mo Elleithee, Gillian Turner, Anthony Scaramucci, Buck Sexton and Jessica Tarlov.
aired 15 days ago
Guests Emily Jashinsky, Capri Cafaro, Kristina Partsinevelos, Ben Domenech, Cathy Areu and Britt McHenry.
aired 22 days ago
Guests Mollie Hemingway, Jessica Tarlov, Beverly Hallberg, Buck Sexton, Mara Liasson, Dana Perino and Britt McHenry.
aired 29 days ago
Guests Mollie Hemingway, Sara Fischer, Juan Williams, Emily Jashinsky, Philippe Reines, Susan Ferrechio and Francesca Chambers.
aired 36 days ago
Guests Emily Jashinsky, Beverly Hallberg, Richard Fowler, Buck Sexton, Bill Press, David Martosko, Chelsia Marcius and Charlie Gasparino.
aired 43 days ago
Guests Guy Benson, Susan Ferrechio, Capri Cafaro, Ben Domenech, Mara Liasson and Paul Steinhauser.
aired 50 days ago
Guests Gayle Trotter, Gillian Turner, Richard Fowler, Kristina Partsinevelos, Kennedy, Philippe Reines and Katherine Timpf.
aired 57 days ago
An analysis on the media's shaping of current events and their role in politics.
aired 64 days ago
The Federalist culture editor Emily Jashinsky; Washington Examiner congressional correspondent Susan Ferrechio; former Ohio Senate Minority Leader Capri Cafaro; National Review political correspondent Jim Geraghty; strategist Adrienne Elrod.
aired 71 days ago
An analysis on the media's shaping of current events and their role in politics.
aired 78 days ago
An analysis on the media's shaping of current events and their role in politics.
aired 85 days ago
An analysis on the media's shaping of current events and their role in politics.
aired 92 days ago
"Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace; Axios media reporter Sara Fischer; Fox News political contributor Mo Elleithee; Emily Jashinsky, culture editor at The Federalist; Fox News correspondent Gillian Turner.
aired 99 days ago
An analysis on the media's shaping of current events and their role in politics.
aired 106 days ago
An analysis on the media's shaping of current events and their role in politics.
aired 113 days ago
Guests Emily Jashinsky, Sara Fischer, Adrienne Elrod, Anthony Scaramucci, Gillian Turner and Marisa Guthrie.
aired 120 days ago
Guests Emily Jashinsky, Sara Fischer, Mo Elleithee, Fred Hiatt, Leslie Marshall, Gayle Trotter, Stuart Varney, Susan Ferrechio and David Martosko.
aired 127 days ago
An analysis on the media's shaping of current events and their role in politics.
aired 134 days ago
Journalist Susan Ferrechio; The Federalist Senior Editor Mollie Hemingway; former Hillary Clinton adviser Philippe Reines; columnist Karen Tumulty; commentary writer Emily Jashinsky; media reporter Sara Fischer.
aired 142 days ago
An analysis on the media's shaping of current events and their role in politics.

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