NBC's Gregory: Knowledge of Journalist Votes Would Compromise Reporting

White House correspondent says media expansion, including talk radio, has had a 'corrosive' effect on political discourse.

Nightline Attacks 'Edible Food-Like Substances' in One-Sided Report

Report parrots claims of non-expert without any response from food industry, scientists or actual experts

Fineman: 'Just Like the Dollar is Weak, American Media is Weak'

Newsweek senior Washington correspondent notes globalization of press has led to a weaker American mainstream media.

Time Editor Defends Doctoring Iwo Jima Photo, Calls Objective Journalism 'Fantasy'

Stengel says global warming fight just as important as World War II. On journalism rules: We're 'making it up as we go along.'

Wash. Post Editor Says He Can't See a Time When There Won't Be a Print Edition

Sixteen-year veteran editor Leonard Downie admits he is concerned about the future for mid-size market papers.

Washington Examiner CEO: Free Content Key to Newspaper Success

Michael Phelps advocates editorial posture 'slightly right of center' and 'pro-business.'

Stossel: 'Socialist Media -- Maybe They Will Just Never Get It'

ABC '20/20' co-anchor says journalism has anti-business, anti-capitalist tendencies.

The Worst-Case Economy Reporting Handbook

Media using extreme cases as examples of how bad the economy is for 'average Americans.'

Times Praises Pro-Military Blogger Michael Yon

Richard Perez-Pena writes: "Along the way, he created a niche outlet that is better reported than most blogs, and more opinionated than most news reporting, with enough first-hand observation, ...
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