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f all goes well,
Britney Spears
should still be
married to her sec-
ond husband by the
time this column
goes to press.
Spears, 22, mar-
ried to high school
HARRY
sweetheart Jason
KIRS BAUM
Alexander
for 55
Columnist
hours on Jan. 2 in
Las Vegas, is becom-
ing the Liz Taylor of her generation.
This time, it's to Kevin Federline, a
26-year-old dancer who met Britney
while his girlfriend was still pregnant
with their second child.
Only 20 immediate family members
attended the surprise nuptials, and
there was no word if
babysitters were
involved.
Her vows made the
lead story on
Monday night's info-
tainment shows, and
her only competition
for People magazine's
cover might be an
Emmy winner, unless
Ben Affleck is diag-
nosed with a severe
case of gingivitis.

retire when his contract expires at the
end of 2006, but I hope to see a much
earlier exit.
Some competitors have accused CBS
for stretching the limits of journalistic
ethics to produce a bad story about
President Bush.
CBS didn't have ill intent, it just
tried to be the first to break the story,
instead of the first to get the story
right, and now its credibility is in ques-
tion.
When that happens because of the
shoddy work of a reporter or anchor, it
must do whatever is necessary to cor-
rect the mistake.

Too Real

When the news is too scary or unreli-
able to deal with, those who don't
view sports or poker tourna-
ments have little else to watch
except for Seinfeld reruns and
reality shows where contest-
ants vie for a billionaire's
acceptance, swap mates, get
married to strangers or eat
horse innards for
money.
In the early
1980s, a few suc-
cessful talk shows
morphed into a
large group of cir-
cuses that practi-
cally destroyed the
You Heard It Here First
soap
opera indus-
This week's People cover could be
try.
Dan Rather after his woeful per-
Real people
formance during the Bush
.
Rather
with real problems
National Guard service story.
became Jim-Bob, a
Rather came up with his second
farmer who had a
dead-end exclusive in a month when a
tryst
with
Joe-Bob
and
his sheep;
bogus letter was offered as proof that
while
Jim-Bob's
wife
became
a strip-
President Bush received preferential
per
and
began
dating
Rufus,
don't
treatment during his National Guard
you know. And Jerry Springer had
service
He apologized for the mistake on the them all share the stage, including the
Monday night broadcast, but has yet to sheep. .
The talk-show craze has become
apologize for his first "exclusive" about
less
crazy. Now Maury spends his
the Jewish State Department "mole"
hour
giving paternity exams, Dr. Phil
sharing classified information about
Israel to members of AIPAC (American heals families and Oprah gives cars
away and tells you what to read.
Israel Public Affairs Committee).
Reality television will keep morph-
These are two instances where a
ing,
too. As imbecilic as the new
Journalism 101 student or even Larry
shows
are now, some producer some-
King could see the red flags popping
where
will
have the next best thing,
up during the interview.
until there is nothing left. Then we'll
Rather, the goofiest of the three
move on.
broadcast network anchors, is due to
But we'll always have Britney.
Harry Kirsbaum's e-mail address is
hkirsbaum@thejewishnews.com



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