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- Bill Keller Executive editor of the New York Times
- Howard Kurtz Washington Post media reporter, host of CNN's "Reliable Sources" and author.
- Peter Brown Assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, specializes in polling of electoral battleground states, including Ohio and Florida
- Ted Koppel Managing editor, Discovery Channel and senior news analyst, NPR
- Heather Higgins Chair of the board, the Independent Women's Forum.
- Jonathan Weisman White House reporter for "The Wall Street Journal."
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