Highlights, embeddable video and the full transcript from CNN’s Reliable Sources, hosted by Howard Kurtz, are after the jump. Reliable Sources airs Sundays, 11 a.m. to noon (ET).
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Radio host Amy Holmes on the Buffalo blogger who lied to get Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on the phone:
“You didn’t see the hand-wringing over journalistic ethics like you did, say, in the ACORN case…It was, like, he’s a hero.”
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Politifact Editor Bill Adair, responding to Rachel Maddow’s criticism of his group labeling her comments on the Wisconsin budget crisis false:
“She played a nine-word clip without putting it in context.”
Former NBC newsman Fred Francis on the article alleging a military unit used psy-ops techniques on visiting dignitaries:
“This is another assassination story, another assassination piece by Michael Hastings and Rolling Stone.”
Author Siva Vaidhyanathan:
“The biggest threat in journalism is actually the Huffington Post, because it’s actually taking and attracting attention for its advertisers and repositioning the work done by local news organizations.”
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