First Bottled Water, Now Tap - Networks Sound Alarm about Drinking Water

Network news broadcasts report scare about 'unclear' risks posed by traces of pharmaceuticals in drinking water.

Time Touts Shopping for 'Green Cool'

'Joe's Green' list of products would cost more than $500.

Ratings Gimmick Trumps Environmental Concern on 'Today'

NBC morning hosts and crew 'vacation' in Vermont and Florida, forgetting previous calls for 'green' living.

Curry: Environmental Responsibility Means Paying More

'Today' host acknowledges higher costs of 'green-friendly' products while slamming businesses for 'misleading' claims.

NBC's Lauer 'On the Prowl for Victims' in Environmental Crusade

'Today' host accosts shoppers at Manhattan grocery store to berate them about using plastic and paper bags.

'Today' Lights Up Your Life with Puff Piece on Replacing Bulbs

Vieira changes one light bulb in her house, praises government mandate for compact fluorescents, and forgets to mention her big boss profits from their sale.

'Today' Saves Energy, But Just for Today

NBC morning hosts carpool for one day to save the Earth, complaining the whole way that carpooling is lame and sarcastically comparing it to living in a tree.

The Medias Top 10 Economic Myths of 2007: Executive Summary

Compiled by the Business & Media Institute

The Medias Top 10 Economic Myths of 2007

Compiled by the Business and Media Institute

Public Radio Judges 'Green' Products Guilty of 'Greenwashing'

NPR broadcast lays out sins committed by companies with eco-friendly products.
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