Media

Year in Review: Who's Right, Who's Wrong with 2007 Predictions

BusinessWeek survey of economists and stock pickers from late 2006 gauges accuracy of guesses from the experts media rely on.

Winners and Losers of 2007

A look at some of the entertainment triumphs and tragedies of 2007.

$15M Anchor Asks if A-Rod's Worth $28 Million

'60 Minutes'' Couric wonders if fans can trust the market of Major League Baseball to compensate its players fairly.

Rather Blasts 'Huge Corporations' that Intrude into Newsrooms

Former 'CBS Evening News' anchor blames corporations, Internet and 9/11 for changes in media climate.

Brokaw: Washington Post Print Paper 'Probably' Dead in 10 Years

Former NBC anchor told Washington audience newspaper would be digital by 2018.

CNN's 'Your $$$$$' Scours the Nation for Recession Hints

Co-hosts prod guests about the R-word, select states with bad news.

'The Early Show' Attacks Hollywood for Shying Away from Female Leads

Warner Bros. executive denies sexist remarks, even though there is empirical evidence to support his position.

When the Story's Got Children, Who Needs Facts?

Media coverage of State Children's Health Insurance Program expansion heavy on liberal talking points, light on its unattractive reality.

Read Hillary's Lips: 'No New Bureaucracy'

The return of 'HillaryCare' leaves many questions unanswered, while journalists paint her plan as an innovative, mature solution.

Media Coverage Rated 'R' for 'Recession'

The media have predicted recession for four years. Will this be the year?
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