Media Research Center

Networks Completely Ignore $70 Billion Puerto Rican Debt Crisis

Instead, ABC, CBS and NBC spend more than 11 minutes on Obama’s new dog.
Media Research Center

58% of Network Stories Claim Default Inevitable by Oct. 17; Experts Disagree

Market insiders: Default would be weeks away, if even then.
Media Research Center

Student Loan Hype: Networks Focus on Debts 245 Percent Higher than Average

 When ABC, CBS and NBC broadcasts mention what graduates owe, they go to extremes. 
Jim Cramer

Greece Heads for Default, Despite Media Predictions It Wouldn’t

Jim Cramer and other media analysts predicted default wouldn’t be necessary thanks to government bailouts.

Media Leave Out Economists from Stories on Debt Crisis 'Calamity'

In two weeks of news reports, only two economists were included by broadcast networks.

CBS Says Not Paying Your Underwater Mortgage 'Best Hope for Some to Stay Afloat'

'Evening News' sympathizes with borrowers who stopped paying, encourages 'strategic default.'

'Power Lunch' Guest Says No to Greek Debt, Warns All Governments Will Default

Marc Faber tells CNBC that market turmoil caused by Europe is a 'correction,' praises soundness of emerging economies.

'World News' Jumps to Criticize 30-Day Foreclosure Freeze

Left-wing organization spokesman calls program unveiled by U.S. Treasury Dept. 'a PR effort.'

ABC 'World News' Goes after Credit Card Companies

Network fails to explain: just because the Federal Reserve cuts interest rates, it doesn't undo supply and demand in the credit market.

'World News' Finds Extreme Examples of Mortgage Crises

ABC's Betsy Stark frames rise in foreclosures as the fault of widespread fraud, not poor judgment from lenders and buyers.
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