Wait so is both an interviewer for his governor brother and an advisor?
For six years, CNN told Chris Cuomo he couldn't interview his brother. My column tonight ...
NYT did mostly a puff piece on it while waving away the ethics issues as "Crises often transform the broadly accepted rules of media. And for a century they’ve pulled news toward emotion and connection."
How do you restore trust in media? “Do you strive to project an impossible ideal of total objectivity? Or do you reveal more of yourself, on Twitter or on Instagram and in your home?” I think the Cuomo brothers answer ’s questions
“You get trust from authenticity and relatability and vulnerability. That’s what the brothers Cuomo are giving us right now,” Jeff Zucker tells
"Meanwhile, Mr. Zucker’s CNN is taking TV news in the other direction, toward reality television and Instagram, winning trust through the projection of a rough-cut realness."
“The fact that you think Andrew is sexy is so weird to me.” - Chris Cuomo on a recent radio show ⁦⁩ on the Brothers Cuomo and their media moment
A great column on the Cuomi Conundrum by ⁦⁩ — I will admit it, I am torn between journalism ethics and tasty TV via
Americans Don’t Trust the Media Anymore. So Why Do They Trust the Cuomos?
“The corona governor talking to his victim brother is incredible to watch.” ~ ⁦
Americans Don’t Trust the Media Anymore. So Why Do They Trust the Cuomos? “It would be considered highly inappropriate and corrupt back home, but here it is getting applause on Twitter by a lot of colleagues,”