Media Reality Check

Occasional reports and mini-studies documenting distorted coverage and/or media omissions.

The Selective Koppel Lecture Series

ABC Has Ignored Clinton Cocaine Allegations, But Used A Different Standard with Bush and Brown

Coke-Question Pushers Ought to Ask Bill

Reporters Look Biased in Pressing Bush, But Not Forcing Clinton's Answer About Cocaine or Broaddrick

Geraldo Finds Another Empty Vault

Media Outlets That Covered Allegations of Conservative Bribes Skipped Covering the Official Rebuttal

Too Busy Laying Bouquets at JFK's Door?

FNC, New York Times Expose Again the Absence of Big TV Bloodhounds on China-DNC Money Trail

Exploiting Tragedy to Polish Up Camelot

National Media Use Funereal Feeding Frenzy to Recast the Kennedy Family as Heroic Fount of Values

Another Gore Tobacco Gaffe, Up in Smoke

Few Reports Touch on Gore's New Tobacco-Paid Consultant Carter Eskew, And Fewer Find Hypocrisy

Who Makes or Breaks a Scandal?

New Report Shows the Networks Which Forwarded Iran-Contra Lectures Dismissed the Cox Report

What If Clinton Knew of Espionage in '95?

A Suddenly Irrelevant Question: What Did the President Know and When Did He Know It?

There's No One But Fox to Follow Up Cox

While the Other Networks Air Almost Nothing, FNC's Carl Cameron is Developing Chinagate Scoops

George W. Bush's Media Litmus Tests

National Media Continue Quadrennial Tradition of Trying to Drive Conservative Influence Out of GOP
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