Candy Crowley Differentiating Herself on Sundays

By Andrew Gauthier 

Washington Post

There’s no secret about what works on cable news these days.

Flashy graphics and raised voices burst through the screen to jostle into our agitated, unfocused, Twitterized minds.

Anchors are loud, beautiful and opinionated. They are celebrities, meticulously drawn on-air characters who may or may not bear a resemblance to their off-camera selves. Anderson the Great. Glenn of Conspiracyvilles. Rachel, Puckish and Left.

They can present news, sure, but they’re really here to provoke. More…

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