Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Check out a long day of TV appearances talking about the Dominique Strauss-Kahn case

The Today Show, NBC:
IMF chief accused of NYC sex attack
One of the most influential bankers in the world -- and a possible candidate for the French presidency -- was arrested and charged with sexual assault at a luxury Manhattan hotel. NBC's Jeff Rossen has the details and Newsweek's Christopher Dickey discusses the French reaction to the charges with TODAY's Matt Lauer.

Hardball with Chris Matthews, MSNBC:
IMF Chief accused of sexual assault
Investigative crime reporter Michelle Sigona and Newsweek's Christopher Dickey talk about the latest details surrounding the arrest of Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

NBC Nightly News (a brief sound bite):
IMF chief denied bail over sexual assault charges
Despite cries of foul play by some in the French press, prosecutors say they have DNA evidence to prove that Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the leader of IMF and possible presidential candidate in France, attempted to rape a maid in his Manhattan hotel room. NBC's Jeff Rossen reports.

Canadian SunNews network:
IMF scandal fallout : Prime time : SunNews Video Gallery

In The Arena with Eliot Spitzer, CNN:
Journalists Chrystia Freeland and Christopher Dickey discuss the sex charges against IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

There were also appearances on the France24 news bulletin with Annette Young and BBC America, but for the moment I can't find links to the video.

Plus, from earlier in the week:
France24, Egypt: Justice and Revolution, 16 May 2011
(I would not agree with the report's assertion that Gamal Mubarak was the real power in Egypt in recent years.)

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