Business and Media Institute

Reporters Get Stars in Their Eyes over Hollywood Writers' Strike

In pro-union coverage, management gets less than 10 seconds to make its case over the shouting of famous protesters.

Trains? Yes! Planes and Automobiles? No! says Parade Magazine

Magazine thinks faulty government-run train system is solution to government-run transportation woes.

Football Goes Black to Hype NBC's 'Green Week'

Other programming with include green soap opera wedding, lame cheerleading, eco-karaoke and Al Gore.

Job Numbers Crush Expectations After Warnings of Recession

NBC, CBS hedge the health of the economy on a jobs report, which turns out to be unexpectedly strong.

Networks Fuel Cancer Fright with Food Terror

CNN and CBS scare with 'frightening' results of study finding processed meat to cause cancer.

GDP Growth Missed by CBS, Downplayed by NBC

Federal Reserve rate cut shines spotlight on the economy, but only ABC 'World News' finds a ray of light.

CBS Initiates One-Sided Attack on Countrywide CEO's Stock Sales

'Evening News' questions executive's stock decisions, despite its own warning in September 2006 that the housing market could lead to a recession.

'Going Green' Puts Business in the Red

Media praise businesses for eco-attitudes, but overlook hefty cost.

The Future of News Is All That Is Left

Liberal media experts populate journalism conference co-sponsored by communications union.
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