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Interview Will Mean Ratings For OWN, Little Sympathy For Armstrong
Published January 17, 2013
The WASHINGTON POST's Tracee Hamilton writes under the header, "Lance Armstrong's Confession Seems To Be Just Another Calculation." The PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER's Bob Ford writes, "What goes around has come around for Armstrong. ... How revealing that the hardest man looked for the softest pillow to land on." The Portland OREGONIAN's John Canzano writes under the header, "Oprah's Couch Was the Wrong Place For Lance Armstrong To Begin A Comeback."