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Study: MSNBC is Pretty Much Pure Propaganda at This Point

Nana82 Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 1:16 PM
Fox News dominated the top thirteen spots in July and secured 13 out of the top 15 programs in the coveted 25-54 age demographic. O'Reilly is number 1 among all shows. MSNBC has moved ahead of CNN to take second place, stillfar behind FOX NEWS.
Harold15 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 7:10 AM
I used to respect O'Reilly. During the 2008 campaign, though, he got into the tank for Obama, something he criticized the rest of the media for doing. Whenever something negative about one of the candidates in either party emerged, he was right in there going after them. With Obama, though, he always finished by saying, "I want to give him the benefit of the doubt." He never said that about any of the others. He's just too much of a hypocrite and one of the reasons I stopped watching Fox. I won't watch MSNBC and the only reason I even watch CNN at all is because, where I work, they have the TV locked on CNN.

The Obama campaign and cable "news" network MSNBC shared more than a mere slogan this presidential cycle.  Neither entity had a single negative thing to say about the incumbent president over the closing week of the campaign.  By definition, it was Team Obama's job to portray the president in a unflinchingly favorable light -- but what exactly is the NBC-owned channel's mission statement?  Fox News is often accused of being a little more than a right-wing spin machine, particularly during its opinion programming.  Fox's overall coverage of the campaign tilted heavily in favor of Mitt Romney during the home...