David Carr

New York Times

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Business columnist and culture reporter at the New York Times, and and of the subjects in the new documentary, Page One

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Despite $2.5 billion already spent on TV commercials, almost 70 million viewers tuned in to this year's  first presidential debate , this year's biggest TV audience except for the…

TV Debates: Moving the Needle in an Age of Fragmentation

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