How about a few pictures tonight? First, Christiane Amanpour, her husband, James Rubin, and son, Darius attended the Salute to Women In Sports Awards dinner on Tuesday in New York.
Next, Christiane Amanpour at the International Women's Media Foundation's Courage in Journalism Awards on Thursday in Beverly Hills.
Now, a few images from the Time Warner Political Conference 2008 that was held earlier this week in New York City. (Photos credit: Getty Images for Turner/CNN)
Richard Stengel, Jim VandeHei, Jon Klein, and Graydon Carter.
Jeffrey Toobin and Jeff Greenfield
Christine Romans, Eamon Javers, David Faber, Allan Sloan, and Michael Mandel.
Larry Hackett, Candy Crowley, Howell Raines, Mark J. Penn, and Mark Halperin
I'll have more pictures from the event on Sunday night in my post on All Things Anderson.
Ali Velshi was on Reliable Sources with Howard Kurtz last Sunday talking about the coverage of the troubles on Wall Street. David Zurawik of the Baltimore Sun took issue with Velshi’s reporting.
John King will once again be on this weekend during the 9PM hour with Battlegrounds:
Chief national correspondent John King will anchor a one-hour special titled The Next President: Battlegrounds on Saturday, Oct. 18, and Sunday, Oct. 19, at 9 p.m. (ET). The program will focus on toss-up states in the hotly contested presidential election and the role of their voters in deciding the nation’s next commander-in-chief. King will anchor the special from St. Louis.
Polling experts will analysis the reliability of polls trending heavily toward Obama and discuss what both candidates are doing to win Missouri. King, who will be joined by members of the Best Political Team on Television, will use the “Magic Wall” to breakdown the electoral math for the general election and explore voting patterns in Missouri counties.
On Saturday, Oct. 11, The Next President: Battlegrounds won the 25-54 demo among cable news networks for its premiere telecast, increasing the audience by more than 50 percent in both total viewers and the demo versus the year-to-date average.
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