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Source: Armstrong Will Admit To Doping In Oprah Interview
Published January 13, 2013
The DETROIT FREE PRESS' Drew Sharp writes Armstrong admitting to doping would be "about PR, not journalism." Winfrey is "this generation's Walter Cronkite, capable of massively shifting public sentiment" (1/13). Meanwhile, the London Times placed a full-page ad in today's Chicago Tribune under the header, "An Open Letter To Oprah Winfrey." Also, the N.Y. DAILY NEWS suggests a list of questions for Winfrey to ask Armstrong.