9/21/2012 7:04 AM ET
In all the Big Three networks this week devoted about 88 minutes to the
Romney tape compared to just six and a half minutes on the Obama "redistribution" clip --
a 13 to 1 ratio.
9/19/2012 12:57 PM ET
On Tuesday night, the journalists at ABC continued to hype a "secret video" of Mitt Romney in the most hyperbolic terms. World News anchor Diane Sawyer went so far as to call it a "political ...
9/13/2012 5:12 PM ET
The Big Three (ABC, CBS, NBC) Wednesday evening newscasts devoted more than 9 minutes (9 minutes, 28 seconds) to the flap over Mitt Romney's statement criticizing the administration's handling of ...
9/11/2012 10:52 PM ET
Uniquely among the broadcast network evening newscasts, ABC's World News on Tuesday failed to mention Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's criticism of the Obama administration for not ...
9/6/2012 1:35 AM ET
After hyping that Bill Clinton might deliver "his patented rocket fuel"
to the DNC on Wednesday night, ABC swooned over his "perfect tone" and
compared him to an "old pro." "Strikes me, ...
8/27/2012 1:01 PM ET
The hosts and reporters on Monday's Good Morning America downplayed a new ABC News/Washington Post poll
showing Mitt Romney taking the lead over Barack Obama. It wasn't until
the 8am hour that ...
7/12/2012 3:35 PM ET
President’s plan would raise taxes on wealthy in 2013, and everyone after one year, but ABC, CBS and NBC favor tax-cut talk.
7/10/2012 6:03 PM ET
NBC, which shamefully ignored the "Fast and Furious" controversy for months, failed to cover on their newscasts Monday evening and Tuesday morning the FBI offering a combined $1 million reward for ...
6/28/2012 8:51 PM ET
Chief Justice John Roberts may have angered conservatives with his decisive vote in favor of ObamaCare, but he was, in CBS anchor Scott Pelley’s words, the “man of the hour” on all three network ...
6/26/2012 11:11 PM ET
As the Supreme Court overturned most of Arizona's immigration law, once again, those impartial network producers were the
sob sisters of illegal aliens instead of objective journalists.