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Media Nearly Unanimous: 'Recession' Inevitable
1/16/2008 2:40 PM ET
Networks overwhelmingly predict recession in 2008 but ignore surveys of economists showing majority do not expect recession.
ElectionWatch: Media Ignore, Misreport 'FairTax' amid Huckabee Surge
1/9/2008 12:41 PM ET
When reporters aren't completely ignoring the proposal to overhaul the U.S. tax system, they're dismissing or mischaracterizing the FairTax.
2.4 Percent: 'Dramatic' Decrease or 'Disappointing' Increase?
12/27/2007 4:00 PM ET
Media downplay billions of dollars in increased holiday spending as 'weak' and 'disappointing'.
Subject of ABC Medicare Story Claims Misrepresentation
12/20/2007 4:52 PM ET
Retiree named Medicare Advantage 'favorite' says 'Good Morning America' exaggerated his support of private insurance companies.
Evening Newscasts Not Sure Energy Bill is Enough
12/19/2007 6:04 PM ET
ABC's Gibson wonders if epic energy bill will go far enough in regulating Americans' energy use; NBC relies on one-sided experts to praise it.
Networks: Low Women's Clothing Sales Foreshadow 'Nightmare'
12/18/2007 1:31 PM ET
Reporters paint ominous picture of the holiday shopping season based on one sector showing lower sales - even though many are up.
USA Today Praises Bill's Dimming of Incandescents
12/17/2007 6:07 PM ET
Reporter ignores environmental and financial downsides of high-tech light bulbs.
$15M Anchor Asks if A-Rod's Worth $28 Million
12/17/2007 1:32 PM ET
'60 Minutes'' Couric wonders if fans can trust the market of Major League Baseball to compensate its players fairly.
Ed Begley Jr. Claims 'Green' Decisions Save Money
12/13/2007 3:53 PM ET
At Hollywood conference, actor and activist makes a case for green choices and the bottom line.
Hollywood Hypocrisy: Diesel Truck Brings Electric Scooter to 'Green' Conference
12/12/2007 4:41 PM ET
Vectrix touts 'zero-emissions' scooter for film industry members that want to lessen carbon footprint.
Hollywood Execs Call for 'Subliminal' Green Messages
12/12/2007 11:19 AM ET
Panelists blame failure of environmental movies on 'complicated information;' tell audience 'you know way more than the average American.'
Little Girls Drop F-Bombs to ‘Empower’ Feminism
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