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SOTM 2006: More Opinion on Cable

The State of the Media 2006 report found more opinion on cable TV than other forms of media. The section on cable news points out some instances of anchors coming right out and stating their opinion, such as this exchange between CNN’s dueling O’Briens:

The opinion on May 11 came in various forms. On the morning programs it came from journalists trying to be informal. After a piece about global warming on CNN

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Mueller’s Got Nothing

The revelations of the last few days are, though disguised, the crash in ignominy of the Robert Mueller putsch. But they are far from the end of the story. While the sire of the Mueller hit-squad assault, former FBI director James Comey, declared 245 times at last Friday’s House Judiciary Committee hearing that ... Read More

The Dangers of Asymmetry

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