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Media Critics: Networks Should Hang Up on Trump Phone Interviews
Posted on: Mar 11, 2016, Source: Media Matters
"Trump has become his own executive producer."
What New Jersey Journalists Want You To Know About Chris Christie
Posted on: Jan 7, 2016, Source: Media Matters for America
They say the image of the New Jersey governor in campaign coverage is lacking in important details.
Health Care Experts Rip Ben Carson's "Near Worthless" Health Care Plan
Posted on: Apr 24, 2014, Source: Media Matters for America
Carson's skill as a surgeon does not imply an elevated perspective on the economics of health care.
Uproar Over "60 Minutes" Hit Piece on Clean Energy
Posted on: Jan 8, 2014, Source: Media Matters
The report was only the latest in a series of "60 Minutes" reports that have been subject to stinging critiques in recent months.
How A Koch-Affiliated Group Is Infiltrating State News Coverage in Mainstream Papers
Posted on: Jul 15, 2012, Source: Media Matters for America
Local papers can't afford to cover the state legislature, so a Koch-linked venture is happy to help.
Glenn Beck Dropped By Radio Station Because His Bizarre Religious Rants Hurt Ratings
Posted on: Mar 28, 2011, Source: Media Matters for America
The company's president said that Beck's rants had become increasingly religious and hard to follow.
Will Glenn Beck's Creepy "Black Robe Regiment" Use Churches to Sway Voters?
Posted on: Sep 1, 2010, Source: Media Matters for America
Though Beck keeps insisting that his "Black Robe Regiment" won't be about endorsements, two members say their mission is to return to their churches and boost voter involvement.
Bush Takes a Beating
Posted on: May 1, 2006, Source: Editor & Publisher
Stephen Colbert held nothing back from his hilarious and scathing critique of the president. Bush was not amused.
Posted on: Jun 1, 2005, Source: Editor & Publisher
At a time when journalists are increasingly under attack for anonymous sources, history's most famous confidential source is being heard -- just in time to give anonymous sourcing everywhere new life.
Study: Media Self-Censored on Iraq
Posted on: Mar 18, 2005, Source: Editor & Publisher
A new American University study anonymously surveyed Iraq War correspondents and confirms what many suspected about widespread self-censorship.
Posted on: Feb 10, 2005, Source: Editor & Publisher
How did an inexperienced White House 'reporter' get such extraordinary access despite using a fake name?
PR for Soldiers
Posted on: Jan 21, 2005, Source: Editor & Publisher
Stop any U.S. soldier in Iraq these days and he's likely to recite: 'We are a values-based, people-focused team that strives to uphold the dignity and respect of all.'
Return of the 'Embeds'
Posted on: Nov 8, 2004, Source: Editor & Publisher
Journalists in Iraq are finally getting out of their hotels to cover the offensive on Fallujah – as embeds with the Pentagon.
Ronald Reagan: Still the Teflon President?
Posted on: Jun 7, 2004, Source: Editor & Publisher
The media often forget history when notable leaders die -- including the fact that Bill Clinton enjoyed higher approval ratings than The Great Communicator.
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