Archive for October 25th, 2017

NYT Laments ‘Forever Wars’ Its Editorials Helped Create

October 25 | Posted by Rich Culbertson | Media Feeds

In considering why “the public is quiet” about the United States’ unending wars, the New York Times (10/23/17) fails to examine the failure of leading media outlets to actually oppose these wars. Corporate media have a long history of lamenting wars they themselves helped sell the American public, but it’s rare so many wars and so much hypocrisy are distilled into... Read more

‘This Is Unacceptable’: ProPublica Story on Bankruptcy in Memphis Prompts City Council Soul-Searching

October 25 | Posted by Rich Culbertson | News Feeds

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Even As California Burned, Fox News Favored Trump’s NFL Controversy

October 25 | Posted by Rich Culbertson | Media Feeds

Even without a new controversy coming out of Trump’s White House, cable news coverage of the president may still take precedent over that of devastating natural disasters. Upon the news in late August that Hurricane Harvey would make landfall in Texas, Politico noted at the time, cable news led with stories about probes into Russian interference into the 2016 election,... Read more

The worst of Bill O’Reilly’s on-air denigration and harassment of Lis Wiehl

October 25 | Posted by Rich Culbertson | Media Feeds

Sarah Wasko / Media Matters O’Reilly reportedly paid Wiehl $32 million to halt sexual harassment lawsuit January: O’Reilly made a massive payout in response to reported “repeated harassment” and a “nonconsensual sexual relationship.” In January, then-Fox News host Bill O’Reilly “struck a $32 million agreement” with Lis Wiehl, a longtime Fox legal analyst who had also served as his lawyer at one... Read more

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