How much do you know about the news media?

The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico was the most covered story in the U.S. mainstream media during the first 100 days after the rig exploded (from April 20 to July 28). What was the No. 2 story during the period?
CNN’s Anderson Cooper, who reported extensively from the Gulf region during the oil spill, wasn’t always a cable news journalist. Which of these jobs has Cooper previously held?
Which of these people connected with the BP oil spill received the most media coverage in the first 100 days of the story?
Which official created a stir by apologizing to BP for a White House “shakedown” after the company agreed to set aside $20 billion for victims of the spill?
Which media sector devoted the biggest share of its overall coverage to the oil spill during the first 100 days, according to PEJ’s News Coverage Index?<
Oil spill coverage introduced a whole lexicon of new terms to Americans. Which of the terms below refers to pumping solids mixed with drilling fluid into the well head?
Thinking about the blogosphere, which aspect of the oil disaster generated the most attention among bloggers, ranking as the most linked-to story in a given week between April 20 and July 28?
Which TV commentator criticized the White House for inaction on the spill, declaring: “These people are…begging for something down here. And, it just looks like [Obama’s] not involved in this”?
Which cable channel covered the oil spill most?
Five years ago, when Hurricane Katrina flooded the city, the New Orleans Times-Picayune paper had a daily circulation of 260,000. As it covers the massive oil spill in the region, what is the current circulation of the paper?