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ABC Finds a New Troubling Addiction: The BlackBerry

But while reporter Dan Harris focused on extreme cases, most users like their portable e-mail devices.

NBC Blows Past Insurance Company Viewpoint on Katrina Damages

Reporter Ron Mott leaves out the fact that featured homeowner is a career trial attorney who sues insurance companies.

CBS's Hannah Storm Lets Global Warming Alarmist Breeze through Interview without Opposition

Scientists disagree with journalist who says global warming is significant factor in hurricane strength or sea-level rise.

Media Point to Dip in Home Sales as Sign of 'Housing Chill'

But industry spokesperson says it's media that should cool it with sensationalistic reporting.

NBC's Williams Punches 'Big Oil' with Populist Talking Points

But in his snarky swipe at oil profits, anchor left out historical perspective on gas prices and practical reasons why 30-cent gas is unfeasible.

Unhappy Anniversary: Katrina Insurance Battle Continues

TV journalists frame insurance stories with plaintiffs in mind, blaming insurance companies for lack of flood coverage.

Fuel for Thought: Hurricane Season Below Average

Networks promote warming oceans, but ignore cooling temperatures.

Roller Coaster of Gas Prices Continues; Some Media Notice Drop

One week after journalists tout 'new record highs,' gas hits lowest average in two months.

What a Difference a Page Makes for Global Warming, Hurricanes

Post's news section admits scientists debate hurricane link, but Outlook author predicts Katrina-like storms in D.C.

NBC's Phillips Cites Psychologist Who Blames Advertising for Obesity

But the 'Dateline' excerpt left out that main source founded an organization dedicated to regulating advertising to children.
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