WASHINGTON — The days of newspapers serving up just “meat and potatoes” are over and it is essential for journalists to serve a “buffet” of content, says Chris Cillizza, The Washington Post  political editor/blogger and video personality.  He likens the essential offerings of media to an exotic and bountiful 3:00 a.m. dinner buffet in Las Vegas.

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