Ken Stern

Palisades Media Ventures

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A former CEO of National Public Radio, Ken Stern is the founder and President of Palisades Media Ventures. He is a contributor to Vanity Fair and author of the forthcoming book Republican like Me.

Ken Stern on KCRW

One lesson from Donald Trump's "upset" victory is that the mainstream media's "conventional wisdom" has lost its credibility.

Truth, lies, the media and Donald Trump

One lesson from Donald Trump's "upset" victory is that the mainstream media's "conventional wisdom" has lost its credibility.

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Donald Trump's been sounding mellower lately, reading prepared speeches off a tele-prompter, but traditional GOP leaders are braced for what might come next.

The road to the White House: "Brass knuckles and back-alley brawls"

Donald Trump's been sounding mellower lately, reading prepared speeches off a tele-prompter, but traditional GOP leaders are braced for what might come next.

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