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A busy Sunday morning of public affairs television

There's a lot happening this Sunday morning on public affairs television.

Christiane Amanpour, the veteran CNN international correspondent, makes her debut as host of "This Week" on ABC News. The network has a lot riding on what some consider an unorthodox pick to replace George Stephanopoulos, so there will be considerable interest here.

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Sarah Palin, meanwhile, will appear on Fox News Sunday -- and some folks think she is long overdue in starting to give something substantial back in terms of on-air analysis for the millions of dollars she is being paid.

I'm happy to say I'll be part of what looks to be one of the more wide-ranging and timely discussions -- an exploration on CNN's "Reliable Sources" of media rage.

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Host Howard Kurtz will also be joined for that conversation by Lauren Ashburn, a former managing editor at USA Today; Frank Sesno, of George Washington University, and Chip Reid, of CBS News. Bill Keller, editor of the New York Times, will also be talking to Kurtz on Sunday's show -- discussing the WikiLeaks documents.

"Reliable Sources" airs at 11 a.m. Sunday.

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