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Famous Journalist Brill’s Beef with ABC

Steven Brill finds 13 counts of defamation in BPI’s lawsuit against ABC ‘compellingly persuasive.’
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Math Is Hard: People Flee Workforce, But ‘Morning Joe’ Sees ‘Good News’

Crowd in background of MSNBC morning show cheers loudly for 96,000 jobs, lowest labor force participation since Sept. 1981.
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During Democratic Convention, Two of Three Networks Ignore Dire Jobs Picture

For three nights, ABC and NBC fail to mention the national unemployment rate or the ‘nearly 13 million’ people looking for work.
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Emails Show Coziness Between Reporter and Climate Scientist

FOIA reveals St. Louis Post-Dispatch environmental writer ‘sympathetic’ to alarmism, doesn’t want to let skeptics ‘stand unchallenged.’
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Salon.com Celebrates Androgynous Japanese Ad

Cheers ‘changing way gender is portrayed in advertising.’
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NBC's Todd: 'Shadow of Bush and Katrina Does Hang Over' GOP Convention

On Sunday's NBC Nightly News, correspondent Chuck Todd raised the invoked former President Bush and Hurricane Katrina from seven years ago  as potential embarrassments for the Romney campaign ...
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Media Leave Liberal Soros’s Politics Aside in News of Manchester United Buy

Left-wing billionaire George Soros acquires minority share of popular English soccer team, but his politics goes unmentioned.
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USA Today Finds OWS Theme in Movies, Ignores Villainy

Drawing examples from Batman, Cosmopolis and Arbitrage, newspaper sees Occupiers in Hollywood plots, but finds little to criticize about OWS.
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GLAAD Tidings: CNN, Gay Group in Committed Relationship

CNN is a GLAAD Corporate Partner. GLAAD is CNN’s go-to for stories on gays.
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