|Taking a Closer Look at the Stories Ignored by the Corporate Media|
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Archive for the Month of May, 2006.
Viewing Media NEWS articles 1 through 14 of 14.
- Media coverage of the Bush/Colbert show
- In pursuit of balance, wingnuts get excessive airtime and big stories don't make the newslist
- Total regulation rules are close at hand, a new internet will kill free speech and weed out anything deemed "inappropriate"
- Paris-based Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said in its latest annual report that more than 1,300 media workers were attacked or threatened last year and more than 100 were in jail.
- Broadband providers and Internet phone companies will have to pick up the tab for the cost of building in mandatory wiretap access for police surveillance, federal regulators ruled Wednesday.
- Watching Western television or reading newspaper reports of Palestine always leaves me perplexed. If I did not live in Palestine and bear witness to Israel’s military occupation, I would be left with the impression that Palestinians and Israelis are equals – with no occupation existing – and that this conflict simply requires "concessions" on both sides.
- It's amusing to see how papers treat the latest spying news.
- ...the element essential to the eventual fascist takeover in the U.S. that has been in place the longest is the Republican assault on the independent media.
- Nothing on CNN. Nothing at all ...
- Controlling what we think is not solely about controlling what we know - it is also about controlling who we respect and who we find ridiculous.
- What Decline for Social Security and Medicare?
- We remember that many Americans have lost their limbs or their lives in on-the-job accidents that might have been prevented if overall media coverage had been anywhere near as transfixed with job safety as with, say, marital splits among Hollywood celebrities.
- So, the next time you read little Howie, just remember, he certainly appears to be carrying water for his wife to ensure she stays on good terms with the Bush White House.
- Move to allow more consolidation could come as soon as June 15
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