NY Times Profiles New NPR CEO With Only Lefties, Skips Over Soros and Video Stings

From inside the NPR tank, Elizabeth Jensen reported on new National Public Radio chief executive Gary Knell without devoting one word to conservative NPR critics in a piece loaded with ...

GOP Fight to Cut NPR a Mere 'Distraction' Over 'Trivial Amount of Money'

Michael Shear dismisses the NPR debate: "...the closer that Washington moves toward full-blown election season, the greater appetite both sides will have for small, symbolic issues that appeal to ...

David Carr Mocks Idea of 'Journalistic Independence' at Murdoch's News Corp.

The paper's media columnist faults NPR's executives while blessings its reporting, and points to the necessity of publicly funded journalism: "I'll just skip the joke about a News Corporation ...

Networks Back Big Three Bailout

As with mortgage bailout, broadcast news outlets support government rescue of failing auto makers.

Obama Video Game Ads Contradict Early Rhetoric

Media ignore Democrat's flip: from telling Americans to put 'video games away' to advertising in 18 games.

NPR Highlights Charitable Giving During Downturn

Even with financial crisis people keep giving to others in need.

Solzhenitsyn: A Prophet Honored in His Own Country, but Not in the U.S. Media

The great writer's commencement address at Harvard in 1978 was a powerful indictment of elitist liberalism.
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