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Soledad O’brien

  1. media
    Let’s Have a Real Conversation About Barbara WaltersSeventeen leading broadcasters on her legacy and making their way in the world she made.
  2. interview
    Soledad O’Brien on What’s Wrong (and Right) With the Media“You figure out which battles you’re going to fight, and you keep your mouth shut for some of the other battles. I would argue that’s typical for a black person in any kind of corporate environment.”
  3. cable news news
    Soledad O’Brien Gently Pushed Off Air at CNN The Jeff Zucker era continues.
  4. CNN’s Soledad O’Brien Forced to Explain Her Name to Roger AilesShe’s not named after a prison. 
  5. 21 questions
    Soledad O’Brien Admires the Stubbornness of Billy’s ToplessThe CNN anchor fills out our patented questionnaire.
  6. gossipmonger
    James Gandolfini Slipped Al Sharpton a SalamiAnd more celebrity interaction, in our daily gossip roundup.
  7. real estate porn
    Inside Soledad O’Brien’s Chelsea LoftTake a video tour of the CNN anchor’s three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment.
  8. racial gaffes
    GE Flacks Take to Jossip Comment Board to Dispute Jeff Immelt Racism KerfuffleDid Immelt say he was only comfortable around white men and women? We’ll never know, because nobody is addressing this seriously.
  9. party lines
    Tina Fey Likes It When Soledad O’Brien Is MeanThe estrogen was flowing nearly as freely as the cocktails at the Marriott Marquis last night, where American Women in Radio and Television brought together lots of, well, women in radio and television for the 32nd annual Gracie Awards. The night’s biggest-name winner was 30 Rock creator Tina Fey, presented with the award for outstanding female lead in a comedy series. Fey told the crowd that she was thrilled to be honored along with her “favorite anchor,” Soledad O’Brien. “I loved Soledad because she always seems like the only other woman on TV who was as overworked and grouchy as I am,” she joked. “You could always see it in her eyes in her promos. She was like, ’American Morning, every day at 6 a.m. 6 a.m.