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Written By mista sense on Friday, September 10, 2010 | 5:06 PM
The Business Insider, the ultra-cool site run by Henry Blodget, notes Fox's leadership, and suggests that CNN follow Fox more often. Such followership, writer Nicholas Carlson suggests, would be good for CNN's bottom line, to say nothing of the country's well-being. As the subhead, screen-grabbed above, reads, "If CNN is finally learning to follow Fox's lead, it's hard to say that's a bad thing for Time-Warner's bottom line."
Are you listening, Jeff Bewkes? Put Jon Klein out of his misery--and if he's not miserable, he should be!--and simply hire someone to watch whatever Fox does and put the same thing on the air ASAP. Doing it second is not as good as doing it first, but doing it right is better than doing it wrong.