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Kay Burley and Jeremy Paxman's bias - and why it doesn't exist

β€œThe election starts here,” trilled Sky throughout yesterday ahead of its leader interviews; the debate that never was and the first in a bewildering sequence of pre-election broadcasts. 560 more words


Guest: Newspaper Readership

Subject: Newspaper Readership

1. *The Wall Street Journal* is read by the people who run the country.

2. The Washington Post* is read by people who think they run the country. 365 more words

All The News Not Fit To Print.

Shame on those Indian cricket fans, shame Times Now!

Again we Indians made a big show of our immaturity. How easily the media and their sponsors use our emotions. ICC World Cup 2015 semifinal match between India and Australia was a game after all. 587 more words


Imperial Presidency: Obama On Immigration

Did you know Obama just took new executive action on immigration?

This week President Obama took unilateral executive action β€” again β€” to change the nation’s immigration laws. 386 more words


Media bias - beware its influence

The Irish Times must have been embarrassed to have to write a scathing criticism of itself and other newspapers in an Oireachtas report published in the… 1,841 more words


People have no illusions when they read the tabloids

Possibly more concerning: the 'trust gap' between upmarket (e.g. Telegraph) and tabloid papers is down from 51 to 30 http://t.co/q9VurKexys
William Jordan (@williamjordann) February 18, 2015

Economics Of Media And Culture

Free Speech Rights for Some, but Not All?

These are Americans exercising their right to free speech, according to progressives and the media:

The Ferguson and the St. Louis County police departments, the MO Highway Patrol, the MO governor, virtually all the authorities in MO, as well as Barack Obama and Eric Holder, went out of their way to call these mobs “peaceful protesters” and to school law enforcement officers to take care not to infringe upon the First Amendment rights of these “protesters.” 350 more words

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