Pam Vogel

Why Does Fox News’ Steve Doocy Still Have a Job After Gretchen Carlson Lawsuit?

Two years ago today, Fox News host Gretchen Carlson filed a civil lawsuit against then-Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes, detailing serial sexual harassment and retaliation by Ailes and persistent gender-based harassment from her former co-host Steve Doocy. Two years later, the toxic culture for women at Fox has been exposed and Ailes and his deputy have both left the network in disgrace, but Doocy continues to co-host “the most powerful TV show in America.”

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Watch: Surreal Sinclair Broadcasting Town Hall Goes Off-the-Rails in Discussion on 'Youth and Morality'

Last night, Sinclair Broadcast Group station WJLA hosted a “town hall” discussion on "youth & morality" featuring morally bankrupt media personality Armstrong Williams, young conservative talking heads Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens, a campus carry activist, and a Daily Caller reporter (among others) -- and Sinclair wants you to believe it’s for the public good.

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66 Sinclair News Stations Pushing Obscene Anti-Media Propaganda on Trump's Behalf

Sinclair Broadcast Group is mandating that its local news anchors across the country narrate “hostage video”-like segments echoing President Donald Trump’s attacks on the press. Media Matters has compiled these propaganda videos from 66 different local news stations in 29 states and Washington, D.C.

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Megyn Kelly Proves She's the Same Old Wingnut from Fox News in Vicious Attack on Jane Fonda

Megyn Kelly may be an NBC host now, but her January 22 monologue about actress Jane Fonda reveals how little Kelly has deviated from her signature Fox News diatribes.

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The Chilling Trump Propaganda Airing Across Local News, Courtesy of Sinclair Broadcast Group

As it closes in on a significant expansion into major cities and battleground states across the country, conservative local news behemoth Sinclair Broadcast Group has gone into overdrive with its pro-Trump and anti-media propaganda.

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Corporate Media Allowed Net Neutrality to Die in Silence

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today voted to repeal net neutrality rules, which will allow internet service providers to block or slow down service and access to websites, or charge fees for faster service.

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The Sinister Screw-Ups of James O'Keefe

James O’Keefe’s latest sad attempt to own liberals included hiring a woman to pose as a sexual assault survivor in order to defend a reported child molester -- and that says a lot about the political media world that allows him to thrive.

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15-Plus Communities That Are About to Be Rocked by Sinclair's Conservative Local News Takeover

Conservative local TV news giant Sinclair Broadcast Group has been quietly injecting right-wing spin into local newscasts for years. The company thrives when it flies under the radar, serving local audiences who might not realize what they’re tuning in for -- so Media Matters is helping to highlight where communities can fight back.

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How Do You Spell Propaganda? Trump Administration's Secret Weapon to Tip Next Election

If you live in a mid-sized city in a battleground state, you are more likely than ever to see pro-Trump propaganda on your local news by next election season -- thanks to conservative media giant Sinclair Broadcast Group, the Federal Communications Commission, and the Trump administration itself.

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The One Lesson from the Harvey Weinstein Scandal No One in the Media Can Afford to Forget

Last Thursday, New York Times reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey published a gut-wrenchingly detailed and thorough article revealing decades of sexual harassment reports made against prominent film producer and serial sexual predator Harvey Weinstein.

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