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How It's Playing: NFL Pregame Shows, Morning News Shows Heavy On Bullying Issue
Published November 11, 2013
MONDAY MEDIA MONITOR: This morning's editions of ABC's "GMA," "CBS This Morning" and NBC's "Today" all teased reports in the opening segment of the broadcasts on Incognito's interview with Jay Glazer and the ongoing scandal surrounding the bullying issues in the Dolphins locker room. "GMA" and "Today" aired reports on Incognito in the first eight minutes of their broadcasts, while "CBS This Morning" aired its report 33 minutes into the telecast. ABC's Matt Guttman reported live from Miami, and "GMA" aired a taped report and clips from the interview. Following the taped report, ESPN's Schefter appeared live via satellite to discuss the Dolphins' ongoing scandal. CBS' Mark Strassmann reported live from Tampa where the Dolphins will play the Buccaneers tonight, followed by a taped report featuring excerpts from the Glazer interview. After Strassmann's report, CBS' James Brown appeared live via satellite to discuss the Dolphins situation. NBC's Kerry Sanders reported live from Tampa, followed by a taped report that included excerpts from Incognito's interview with Glazer (Paul Sanford, Television Editor).