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Bill Steigerwald: Sure, Walter Cronkite was a great print and electronic journalist and a historic TV broadcaster. But Uncle Walter was never objective or even particularly fair or balanced. As his friends and enemies could tell you, he was a typical East Coast liberal journalist who remained a typical East Coast liberal till the end of his life.
Chris Coppola: We heard from a lot of people around the country Friday, and more than a few closer to home, who were not happy with us here at the Tribune. This was disappointing because many of these same folks, just one day earlier, were thrilled with us.
SAN FRANCISCO - When gay and lesbian couples started getting married in California this week, one set of voices was quiet among the choruses of "Here Come the Brides" - those of the conservative activists who put a same-sex marriage ban on the November ballot.
Our nation’s governing classes aren’t happy with the news media. At first glance, it’s hard to believe they aren’t satisfied with the coverage they receive. The major media with few exceptions (Wall Street Journal, Fox News) are populated with leftists who reveal their bias in their news reporting choices as well as in their opinion pieces. The recent discovery of the “journo-list” e-mails exposed a national press corps not only sycophantically supporting candidate Obama for the presidency but actually strategizing among themselves how to influence the election.
While mainstream media demonize illegal immigrants, Spanish-language media are creating "an atmosphere of fear" by repeatedly covering family members being torn away from loved ones, an expert in immigration policy said Tuesday.
Floyd and Mary Beth Brown: With the secret filming in ACORN offices by twenty-something journalists James O'Keefe and Hannah Giles, they have caught America's attention. These brave young people have done the type of gutsy journalism that used to be the domain of once-powerful "60 Minutes" on CBS.
Floyd and Mary Beth Brown: A new documentary movie by courageous filmmaker John Ziegler entitled “Media Malpractice” made its theatrical début Thursday in Seattle. The movie systematically proves how corrupt and dishonest the American media were during the campaign of 2008.
Award-winning network TV reporter Bernard Goldberg first hit pay dirt in the book world with “Bias,” his 2001 best-seller exposing how the news we saw was distorted by the liberal bias of the journalists he worked with during his long career with CBS News.
MIAMI — As horrific images of Haiti flashed across the screens, murmurs of recognition floated through the audience at Univision Network's live celebrity telethon, many people nodding as they recalled disasters in their native countries.
NEW YORK - Television news' royalty will fly in to meet Barack Obama during this week's overseas trip: CBS chief anchor Katie Couric in Jordan on Tuesday, ABC's Charles Gibson in Israel on Wednesday and NBC's Brian Williams in Germany on Thursday.
LAS VEGAS - There’s an old saying that captures all the big announcements last week at the annual Consumer Electronics Show here: "If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail."
American journalism has disgraced itself in the matter of the Benghazi terrorist attack.
College is supposed to be about learning new things, so it makes sense that ASU Art Museum’s 2008-09 schedule has a theme of “emerging artists and emergent media.” Announced July 15, the slate includes more than a dozen new exhibitions.
New and unlovely creatures continue to emerge from the Pandora's Box of “campaign finance reform,” so avidly touted by such luminaries as Arizona Sen. John McCain as the true path to political righteousness.
Quotes from Suns general manager Steve Kerr have been scarce in the mainstream media during his search for a new coach — which is now in its third week. But Kerr answered a long and varied list of questions from Suns fans for his monthly blog on Suns.com this weekend.
NEW YORK - For more than a year, Intel Corp. and other chip makers have been selling the idea that two heads are better than one.
SAN FRANCISCO - Yahoo Inc.'s online news search tool on Monday added Internet journal entries as a supplement to professional media offerings - an experiment that figures to test the public's appetite for information from alternative sources.
“So sad to see our Arizona Sen. John McCain still trying to grab the brass ring. He is 75 years old now. Time to put the old warhorse out to pasture. Leave the fighting and the calling for war to younger men and women. No one wants to see this American patriot prisoner of war becoming the next Sen. Byrd, having to wipe the drool from his mouth when he is addressing the Senate. Time now to enjoy all those beautiful homes and ranches that he and his wife own. Time to go gracefully into the night.”
SAN FRANCISCO - "Black general takes charge in New Orleans." "Undocumented won't be allowed to receive help from FEMA." "1,700 Koreans in New Orleans yet to be located."
“I just returned from the fortune teller. She told me that after Mitt Romney wins the presidency in November, the next day the 8 percent unemployment will become 11 percent unemployment and the Obama recovery will suddenly change to the Romney depression! Yes the so-called, mainstream media, champion of Obama, will finally come clean!”
Recently, we voters were introduced to John McCain's choice of a vice presidentialrunning mate; but unlike John McCain, Barack Obama or Joe Biden, Sarah Palin was completely unknown to the American public.
A top campaign adviser to Gov. Jan Brewer has apologized Wednesday -- sort of -- for trying to make a public issue over whether Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry Goddard is gay.