Business and Media Institute
7/19/2006 1:28 PM ET
Washington Post reporter complains about supermarkets, citing a critic who thinks Americans spend too little and eat too much.
7/18/2006 4:38 PM ET
Reporter Freudenheim downplays taxpayer pain in paying for the nearly $700-billion program.
7/17/2006 5:45 PM ET
The debate remains, despite magazine's incorrect claim that even Fox News won't challenge movie.
7/17/2006 2:23 PM ET
Reporter Blackstone excludes scientists who are skeptical of new study forecasting doom for Napa Valley.
7/17/2006 1:51 PM ET
Survey commissioned by the paper found more positive views of economy when respondents saw stories on job creation.
7/14/2006 3:40 PM ET
Reporters finally give geopolitical factors strong place influencing price; but adjusted for inflation, oil is still $10 below 1981 peak.
7/13/2006 5:17 PM ET
'Breakthroughs' and 'promising new treatments' now treated like high-risk drugs.
7/13/2006 3:02 PM ET
Reporter omitted the fact that activist group WakeUpWalMart.com was the source of a NY Times article publicizing the retailer's softened stance on shoplifting.
7/13/2006 8:33 AM ET
Surprisingly strong tax revenues in 2006 aren't cheered by TV newsrooms.
7/12/2006 4:45 PM ET
Anti-food-industry group has more food stories on network news than official government agency dedicated to nutrition.