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Brian Williams / Jon Stewart / David Carr #1149669

CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 13, 2015
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This has been a week of seismic changes in the media. And now one of the leading observers of the media scene has died. Critic David Carr of The New York Times. Carr collapsed last night in the Times newsroom shortly after moderating a panel that included a video link with NSA leaker Edward Snowden. Earlier in the week Carr had written about Brian Williams and Jon Stewart and then tweeted RIP Bob Simon. But perhaps Carr's most gripping story was his own in his memoir The night of the gun. He wri...
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