Public key

Jay Rosen’s public key for encryption purpose

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4 Comments

  1. J.M. Porup says:

    hi Jay

    WordPress seems to have autocorrected the five hyphens into two M dashes. I had to fix this by hand to get gpg to ingest it.

    You also have two public keys on the keyservers. Which do you prefer we use to contact you?

    thanks
    JMP

  2. s meddens says:

    Dear Mr. Rosen,

    A couple of observations after happening to land on your HuffPost Live interview concerning David Gregory.

    You were posing the question of why he is still doing Meet the Press.

    I honestly think the reason is largely that he is likable and is able to quickly come in and serve NBC in a variety of capacities:

    Today Show co-host;
    Nightly News in Brian Williams’ stead, particularly when others are covering international events;
    International events where NBC wants a live presence and follow-on interviews;
    Guest appearances on all of MSNBC shows;
    Breaking News that demands top political staff;
    Meet the Press
    David is one of the network’s most likable personalities—-and versatile ones. His colleagues seem to love working with him, and he truly is likable.

    And . . . David wanted to succeed Tim Russert very, very badly. An open secret. The brass likes him and wanted him to stay, and possibly did not have anyone who could make an immediate transition as easily who would not be a net loss if David were to leave .

    The problem:
    David DOES NOT live and breathe politics and foreign affairs.
    He is a people guy. (Ever see him dance on the Today Show? He just has that little boy love of fun and pop culture and people.) Being familiar with his bubbly personality makes it hard to view him seriously in the role of a hard-hitting interviewer.

    I learned from your Huff Post live remarks that you consider him well skilled at the interviewing process as it is best conducted on a show with several participants.
    Thanks for explaining that.

    Anyway, this is my take on your question as to why David was hired for and remains at Meet the Press.

  3. Hello, Jay. For a paper of mine I need the complete citation for “Politics, vision and the press”. Will you send it to my email?
    Also I want to ask your permission to translate into Spanish and publish your essay “The people formerly known as the audience”.
    Hope to hear from you.
    Miguel, in Ibero University, Mexico City.

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