Saturday, December 5, 2009
Media Corruption Round-Up 12-05
How media magicians have made $80 billion, the homeless, and a (thus far) marginal Christmas shopping season disappear.
Day Fourteen and Counting. Bozell Defends Networks’ Silence on ClimateGate: “Maybe They Just Don’t Know”
Why isn't the media writing about Climategate? ClimateGate Roundup: All the News Not Fit to Print
Coleman: Media Will Ignore Climategate Until They Hear ‘I Was Wrong’
The Demise of Newspapers: A Market Failure? I Don't Think So.
Big Government Media: CRA For News Organizations?
NBC Universal's Version of the Payday Loan Scam for Freelancers
Comcast-NBC Deal: Does the Merger’s Approval Rest on Health Care?
Where Obama Went Right: Afghanistan Decision Outrages MSNBC & Moore
Smearing Jews on British TV
A Tale of Two Presidents: How Media Treated Bush’s Unemployment #’s Compared to Obama’s
Tom Brokaw Involved In NYC Highway Crash. Former NBC Nightly News Anchor's Car Involved In Accident On Bruckner That Left One Person Dead, Another Injured
Critics Decry 'One-Sided' Media Coverage of Climate Change Debate
Memories of a paywall pioneer. Scott Rosenberg, former managing editor of US website Salon.com, on the effects of its 2001 paywall experiment