Savage News by Jessica YellinBe noisy. Natalie Savage grew up hearing these words from her beloved father, who admired Walter Cronkite so much he named the family dog after him. Natalie--who spent her twenties missing out on lifes benchmarks--finally sees her efforts pay off when shes assigned to cover the White House for her network, ATN. The problem? The position is only temporary, a test to see if she has what it takes. She has always relied on her grit, her principles and her news sense to gain success. But now her competition is a twenty-six-year-old spoiled frat boy who got his big television break by eating raw animal parts on a reality show.Of course, hes winning.Natalie, along with her scrappy production team, has to navigate ratings wars, workplace sexual harassment and an international political crisis in order to prove herself. But the closer she gets to achieving her dream job, the more she wonders if it is worth all the compromise.Timely, funny and smart, this juicy debut is the perfect tonic for readers contending with todays politics and the #MeToo movement. Natalie Savage will be sure to join the ranks of our favorite fictional heroines as she figures out that having it all doesnt mean giving up everything she stands for.
Jessica Yellin Is a Veteran Reporter Out to Change the Way You Get Your News
Jessica Sage Yellin  born February 25, is an American journalist. He also was a past president of the American Jewish Committee. As Chief White House correspondent she conducted an in-depth interview with President Barack Obama that aired throughout the Democratic Convention and helped shape the network's coverage. Yellin has also covered significant policy debates in Washington, including the push to reform the financial regulatory system. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush.
But treating the news like the Super Bowl of politics never sat well with her. Not that the news on steroids was—or, ahem, still is —an informative or helpful way to communicate with viewers or readers of any gender. She got to work on a novel— Savage News , to be published next year. View on Instagram. Just like Chelsea Manning. But the soap operatic, palace-intrigue pieces about how he was fired?
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Want more from the show? Subscribe here. Jessica Yellin , founder of News Not Noise, a digital platform that seeks to inform viewers about current events told differently than on traditional media. Author of " Savage News. Natalie Savage stepped onto the asphalt driveway ringing the North Lawn, looked up, and felt her breath catch. She was hit with the sense that she was on a Tilt-A-Whirl, unsure which side was up.
By Ian Mohr. The book, out from HarperCollins imprint Mira Books, centers on a hard-charging newswoman at a ratings-obsessed network. John Boutique with Ali Wentworth. Read Next. Patti LaBelle is launching a line of frozen Chinese food.