It seems the Arctic chill Sarah Palin feels towards the media has thawed (either that or she’s getting desperate), because the Republican vice-presidential nominee has finally decided to grant interviews to CNN, NBC News and Univision.
LA Times: Today, Palin is speaking with CNN correspondent Drew Griffin during a campaign stop in Reno. Their 15-minute conversation will air repeatedly during this afternoon’s edition of “The Situation Room,” beginning at 1 p.m.
Then she’ll pop up on Univision this evening for her first interview with a Spanish-language network. Anchor Jorge Ramos spoke with the GOP candidate about her views on immigration, Latin American leaders and NAFTA, among other topics. The segment will run on the network’s 6:30 p.m. newscast, “Noticiero Univision,” with an extended version on the 10 p.m. news magazine “Aqui y Ahora.”
And tomorrow Palin will make her first appearance on NBC News when she and Sen. John McCain speak with anchor Brian Williams. The two-part interview will air Wednesday and Thursday on “NBC Nightly News.”
Won’t Campbell Brown be happy! (Well, I guess, she’d probably be happier if she was interviewing Palin, but it’s a start.)
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