The Weird, Desperate World of Washington Post TV

By Laura Bennett, The New Republic - September 13, 2013

It’s 2:06 pm on a Tuesday and Capitol Hill reporter Paul Kane is reporting from the Capitol building atrium for The Washington Post’s PostTV. Eyes panicked, Kane looks a bit like he has been kidnapped from his desk and pushed in front of the camera. He clutches his notepad like an awkward stage prop. “Here’s a fun, random fact for you,” he says with all the screen presence of a graphing calculator. “Did you know that Steve Lynch of Massachusetts began his career as an iron worker, part of a career that would make him a union-friendly lawmaker for life?”

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