"Perhaps your listeners do expect a 50-50 balance at this stage over whether there ought to be a war or not, but in my view it is just not the relevant question" : We spend the hour with CNN s Aaron Brown who discusses the network's coverage of the anti-war movement, the sanitization of the war in Iraq and why he feels this is an inappropriate time for reporters to ask questions about war.
9:01-9:08 Headlines 9:08-9:09 One Minute Music Break 9:09-9:20: We are joined now by Aaron Brown, CNN's lead anchor during breaking news and special events as well as anchor of NewsNight He worked previously, was as anchor of ABC's World News Tonight Saturday and reported for World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, Nightline and other ABC news broadcasts. We are also joined by Steve Rendall, senior analysts at Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting. We spend the hour talking about coverage of the anti-war movement, the sanitization of the war in Iraq and why Brown feels this is an inappropriate time for reporters to ask questions about war. Full transcript coming soon . Guest: Aaron Brown, CNN Newsnight Guest: Steve Rendall , senior analyst at FAIR, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting 9:19-9:20 One Minute Music Break 9:20-9:40 AARON BROWN PT 2 9:40-9:41 One minute music break 9:41-9:58 AARON BROWN PT 3 9:58-9:59 Outro and Credits Democracy Now! is produced by Kris Abrams, Mike Burke, Angie Karran, Ana Nogueira and Elizabeth Press. Mike Di Filippo is our music maestro and engineer.