AM Hot Mic: Deb Boring?

“Obviously, we’re talking about something more interesting.” Laughter. Dressed to kill in her all black pleather mini with sleek boots and transparent stockings to match, the generally dour and dowdy CNN correspondent Deborah Feyerick expected her viewers undivided attention today. And, that she got–at least, from this male author. However, her female producers (apparently) were not so kind.

After taking her toss for “Everyday Radiation Exposure” segment from AM co-anchors Kiran Chetry and Christine Romans, Deb declared, “Everybody is concerned about this [the compromised Japanese nuclear reactors]. Everybody wants to know what this potential nuclear cloud means to us.”* However, subsequently, she droned on about the ubiquity of radiation in our quotidian experiences and then played a professorial pundit’s pontification to prove a point. When the clip ended (and a muted Deb tried to continue), a female producer with a live mike could be heard, saying, “Because that makes–obviously, we’re talking about something more interesting.” To make matters worse, another laughed heartily in the background.

Deb, your female producers may have been right. But, take heart: At least, your new look kept the keen interest of your viewers. Especially, your male ones.

*American Morning – 03/16/11 (@ 8:43 a.m. ET)

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3 Responses to “AM Hot Mic: Deb Boring?”

  1. Says:

    Just by chance I happen to see her on CNN today. I fully support her and think the crew was horrible to her. I will definately watch for her in the future.

  2. Nick Says:

    Hard not to notice Deb this morning. The first thing that came to my mind was : “Geez, she borrowed an outfit from Hanna Storm.” lol! Not that it was a bad thing! Hanna’s hot!

  3. jakeho Says:

    Nick, not sure that Deb would fully appreciate your comparison. :)

    Carpe Diem reader, re Nick’s Hannah Storm reference, cf. Also, apparently, for the Storm outfit at issue, check the link as follows:

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