Networks Sidestep Sotomayor's Repudiation of Obama's 'Empathy' Doctrine

Back in May, NBC sycophantically touted President Obama's credentials as a constitutional law professor as evidence of his deep experience when it came to the judiciary. But after his nominee to ...

Stephanopoulos Fawns: 'Calm,' 'Cool' Sotomayor 'Didn't Make Any Mistakes'

Former Democratic strategist-turned-journalist George Stephanopoulos appeared on Wednesday's Good Morning America to coo that Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor "didn't make any mistakes" and ...

Marijuana to the Rescue: 'World News' Touts Pot as California's Magic Fix

Segment ignores market dynamics in saying legal weed would be a revenue stream for state coffers.

ABC's Karl Highlights Stimulus Waste; Stephanopoulos Spins for White House

Good Morning America's Jonathan Karl on Friday provided a questioning, skeptical analysis of how stimulus money is being spent on road signs promoting the legislation. At one point, the reporter ...

Jacko Telethon: Primetime Broadcast Network Coverage Devotes One Third of All News to Pop Star's Death

Breakdown of the ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts shows Michael Jackson's death dominating coverage with 4 times more TV than any other story in 13-day span.

Network Reporting All Wet on Bottled H2O

ABC, CBS, NBC continue bashing bottled water industry.

ABC's David Wright Continues Sniping at Palin: Gov Lacks 'Firm Grasp' on Issues

Good Morning America's David Wright on Saturday continued his habit of dropping insulting comments into stories about Sarah Palin, snidely asserting that the Alaska governor lacked "some would ...

News Executives In The Tank

When challenged about offering hours of prime time to the Obama White House, network executives can get testy. NBC's Mark Whitaker shot back, "Compared to what, more of 'The Biggest Loser'?" ABC's ...

Tough Tapper Interview With Obama Fails to Hold Interest of Jackson-obsessed ABC

Despite devoting almost the entire Good Morning America program on Tuesday to Michael Jackson, ABC could only find three minutes for a hard-hitting Jake Tapper interview with Barack Obama. And ...
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