- March 15th, 2013 – Washington Post Reviews DA2
- January 17th, 2013 – Las Vegas Review Journal
- December 12th, 2012 – Deadline Artists on Radio West KUER
- December 6th, 2012 – Capital New York Review
- December 3rd, 2012 – Co-editor John Avlon on KGO’s Ronn Owens
- November 23rd, 2011 – Deadline Artists on NPR Morning Edition
- November 19th, 2011 – Book TV Panel on Deadline Artists
- November 19th, 2011 – Miami Book Fair Deadline Artists Panel
- October 30th, 2011 – In My Library – Bill O’Reilly – NY Post
- October 29th, 2011 – Errol Louis guest blogs on Reader’s Almanac
Jimmy Breslin’s opening monologue on Saturday Night Live. He espouses about talent, growing up in Queens and the difference between TV and newspapers.
Our own John Avlon has a new book out that explores how these scandals unfolded through influential newspaper columns at the time called Deadline Artists: Scandals, Tragedies, and Triumphs.
With the rise of digital media, the printed newspaper column has transitioned and found a new home online. But for generations, those black and white pages were the weapon of choice for writers voicing their opinions and giving their take … Continue reading
Inside City Hall’s Errol Louis discussed the new book, “Deadline Artists, Scandals, Tragedies and Triumphs”, with one of his co-editors, Jesse Angelo, who is also the Executive Editor of the New York Post, as well as Michael Daly, from Newsweek … Continue reading
A great early bio piece on Will Rogers. Some amazing footage of his cowboy show and clips of his voice and life. Truly an American original.
Murray Kempton talks about his book “Rebellions, Perversities, and Main Events” on Booknotes.
A great roundtable eulogy for the great American Journalist Murray Kempton. Featuring: Jimmy Breslin, David Remnick and William F. Buckley, Jr.
New York journalists John Avlon (The Daily Beast and Deadline Artists), Heywood Gould (Fort Apache, The Bronx), Michael Powell (New York Times), Josh Greenman (Daily News), Harry Siegel (Village Voice) discuss the history and art of the American newspaper column.
John Avlon talks about the research, selection and history of the contributors to Deadline Artists. Watch for a behind the scenes discussion on the making of Deadline Artists. Call-in-viewers also ask their questions and add their comments to the discussion.
Watch this great segment of columnist history from Antique Roadshow. The original owner of the letter that Mike Royko wrote to Frank Sinatra talks about the story behind the column.