Shocker! I know ( just kidding), but 1907 as the date when we declared independence from Great Britain. C'mon!
This is no longer about Brian Williams reputation. This is about NBC News having any chance of being a credible source of news.
That time he discovered America
President of the Media Research Center Brent Bozell sat down with Sean Hannity to discuss some of this year’s worst reporting on various issues.
The conservative comedic news segment lampoons this weeks' latest.
NewsBusted Conservative Comedy
At the Media Research Center's 25th Anniversary Gala, Brent Bozell plays interview clips for the audience, asking them to vote for the worst liberally biased journalist in history.
Starting at about 1:48 mark, you can see why the former CBS News anchor was given the "dishonor, which was presented at the Media Research Center's 25th Anniversary Gala in Washington, DC on Thursday.
A few weeks ago I wrote about how sensationalist reporting has led to ethical questions about the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s reporting on BPA. The lead reporter in the series has, predictably, moved on to work at an environmental group, but still brags that she was nominated for a Pulitzer. With award season just around the corner, you can expect TV and print journalists to start dusting off their reels and clip files. Facts be damned, this is for a major award!
The unveiling of the 'Tell The Truth! 2012' campaign by MRC.
"Sick shrimp don't perform as well on treadmills as healthy shrimp." Groundbreaking information.
It's time once again to relish the worst mainstream journalism of the past 12 months. For the 24th year in a row I'm a judge for the Media Research Center awards, and this year the 98 finalists taught me a lot.
“What do they want?” is a common refrain in the media these days. Left-wing talking heads and progressive TV hosts are still scrambling to figure out exactly what the “Occupy Wall Street” crowd is up to.
No one thinks Barack Obama is sitting pretty in this race for the White House. The Real Clear Politics average of the mid-September approval-rating polls measures him at 43 percent approval, 51 percent disapproval. With these numbers, they should be measuring his political coffin. But to listen to the networks talk, it's the Republican field that is a mess in desperate need of new talent, and its debate audiences are a bloodthirsty horror movie.