It's no secret that Bill O'Reilly's "No Spin Zone" on The O'Reilly Factor isn't exactly the first place a Democratic nominee would want to appear, but Barack Obama did just that last week in the first segment of a four-part interview. It's the first time Obama has appeared on The O'Reilly Factor.
So how did the Obama-O'Reilly interview go? Watch Part One below to see for yourself.
Implications - Controversy and conflict drive viewership, especially when it comes to political programming. The consuming public get excited at the prospect of opposing forces coming to head, especially when those opposing forces are high-profile celebrities or iconic politicians. Other media outlets are also driven by the broadcast of these conflicts as it creates issues in the press that are coverable and relevant for a long time.
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Obama Meets O'Reilly
- By: Marissa BrassfieldSep 6, 2008 Updated: Jun 14 2011