'Top of the Morning,' by Brian Stelter, generated a lot of buzz but reviews of the book were lukewarm.
Brian Stelter's exposé on TV's morning news shows has gotten lots of publicity.
Mitt Romney said four months ago that women receiving public assistance should work outside the home, which seems to contradict last week's attempt to score points with stay-at-home moms.
Because of channel bundling, TV subscribers pay $100 a year, on average, for sports programming, no matter how much they watch. But emerging technologies may offer subscribers more options to avoid paying for programming they don't want.
The narrow focus of 'Page One: Inside The New York Times' fails to do justice to the Gray Lady, devoting almost all its energy to four guys on the relatively new media desk.