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Büyü

... why does everyone keep posting proof that the MSM treats candidacy-related news differently according to party as if it's some form of surprise?

At this point, if someone is not fairly completely convinced that the networks have gone very partisan, that someone is being 'rather' deliberately obtuse.

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Nahanni

It took me ALL of 30 seconds to conclude that AHYTHING from pipa.org is a crock of radical leftist shite.

All you ever have to do is follow the money, honey.

From pipa.org own website.

PIPA's Foundation Sponsors

Rockefeller Foundation
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
TIDES FOUNDATION
Ford Foundation
German Marshall Fund of the United States
Compton Foundation
Carnegie Corporation
Benton Foundation
Ben and Jerry's Foundation
Americans Talk Issues Foundation
Circle Foundation

Note the name in all caps? Yes, Teresa Heinz funds pipa.org. So does Ben & Jerry.

/sarcasm on

Nope, no liberal bias there!

/sarcasm off

Nuff said.


Dave

Revealing the PIPA study for the spin it is:
http://www.thatliberalmedia.com/archives/002921.html#002921

I find that Fox goes deeper on stories with facts, and lets you, the viewer, come to conclusions. I don't like for my news to be edited (reference Tom Brokaw editing out Kerry's admission of military records not being public)
What the Elite don't get is that Hannity & Colmes is not news, per se, but OPINION. They didn't slander. If they did, then Chris Matthews on MSNBC should be brought up for that, too. Or that hothead who shouted down the Swiftboat veteran with LIES, LIES, etc.

rosignol

What I find amusing is that conservatives complain of bias at ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, etc.

...NYT, WaPo, LAT, etc, etc, etc.

Not Fox- Fox News- the cable-only news channel, not the Fox Network as a whole.

shawn

Yeah, it's amusing that conservatives complain about bias anywhere in the mainstream media when they continue to parrot Republican talking points and allow to let partisan pundits duke it out over political minutiae rather than report any real news.

But just in case you have no idea how bad Fox is, you should probably read PIPA's report that concludes:

An analysis of those who were asked all of the key three perception questions does reveal a remarkable level of variation in the presence of misperceptions according to news source. Standing out in the analysis are Fox and NPR/PBS--but for opposite reasons. Fox was the news source whose viewers had the most misperceptions.

What does it say about your news network when a non-partisan study finds that viewers that rely on you for their news are consistently uninformed (if not misinformed)? Go ahead and whine about the "liberal media" all you like, but it's hard to argue with the fact that people who listen to NPR and watch PBS have more accurate perceptions.

See also: The Separate Realities of Bush and Kerry Supporters.

unixdude

What I find amusing is that conservatives complain of bias at ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, etc.

Liberals complain of bias at Fox, Fox, Fox, Fox, and, oh yeah, Fox.

Revealing. Very revealing.

Beshado'd

... why does everyone keep posting proof that the MSM treats candidacy-related news differently according to party as if it's some form of surprise?

At this point, if someone is not fairly completely convinced that the networks have gone very partisan, that someone is being 'rather' deliberately obtuse.

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