Imagine how pleased we were when the London Times quoted our recent interview--several times! Pleasure turned to pain when the Times didn't credit us, however. After ignoring our letters, we did some research. Is this a new MSM business model.
A DBKP Exclusive Interview with David Perel, Editor-in-Chief of the National Enquirer on the John Edwards scandal, the difficulties involved, media disapproval, and how the MSM got scooped again by a supermarket tabloid.
Does FOXnews wants to burn your kids Alive! [graphic footage] (Publisher: 4409 gets back into the groove with this one,... good job)Entered By: Forty Four O Nine
Last increase came a year ago. The NYT recently announced a 4.5% increase in home delivery prices for the paper that takes effect this month, the second bump in a year. The increases helped overall circulation revenue rise 2.5 percent in the latest q
NEW YORK (AP) - New York Times Co. says its second-quarter earnings fell 82 percent from the year-ago quarter boosted by a one-time gain. Meanwhile, print advertising revenue continued to shrink.
A federal appeals court on Monday threw out a $550,000 indecency fine against CBS Corp. for the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show that ended with Janet Jackson's breast-baring "wardrobe malfunction."
Need more proof that the Mainstream Media isn’t the PR wing of the Democrat Party? Look no further than their coverage of Obama’s Excellent Adventure.
A Spanish court overturned the convictions of four men and upheld the acquittal of a fifth on Thursday in the convoluted legal proceedings relating to the 2004 Madrid commuter train bombings that killed 191 people in the deadliest attacks by Islamic
The depressed newspaper industry is old news of course but Alan Mutter, who blogs at Reflections of a Newsosaur, noticed a depressing pattern in the last report of "short" market activity: there were some pretty big bets that newspaper stoc
Weekly culture roundup focuses on the Mainstream Media, Chuck Shumer's role in the housing meltdown, recession and other bizarre national goings-on.
Asked about Snow's "brand of conservativism,'' Cheney said: "I frankly agreed with him on nearly everything, and I'm generally viewed as pretty conservative.
How can it be that Bear Stearns Hedge Fund guys are going to JAIL for their misdeeds, but, Jim Cramer gets away with THIS?
Celebrities in rehab, political punditry and a mauling at the zoo - this is what we're calling news these days! This funny satire on broadcast news features Larry King, Bill O'Reilly, Geraldo Rivera and the rest of your favorite talking heads
Anyone who is still wondering why the so-called "mainstream media" was so hostile toward Congressman Ron Paul's campaign for the Republican presidential nomination will find an answer in the June 2 issue of Time magazine.
CBS’s Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan criticized the lack of media attention to the Iraq war. She said she felt responsible for the fact that “no one really understands” what is happening in Iraq. She also said that the soldiers there “feel fo
The Associated Press, having already announced its intention to harass bloggers who publish snippets as short as 39 words from AP stories, has now published a web form through which intimidated parties can give the AP money in return for “permission”
As I write these words, we are into the third day of a seemingly endless period of mourning for Tim Russert. ... there is something telling about the state of journalism in this country in the way his death is being transformed into a national traged
The mediasaurs had about a decade to live, he wrote, before technological advances—"artificial intelligence agents roaming the databases, downloading stuff I am interested in, and assembling for me a front page"—swept them under.
Last spring, the liberal Mainstream Media was more interested in whether Barack Obama was "black enough". "The Right Color"--or "The Right Shade of Color"--was more important than asking whether a rookie senator had **Q
The editor of the Sacramento Bee, turned a column into a public flogging for both his editors and the nation's news media. They had allowed the third-longest war in American history to slip off the radar screen, and he had the numbers to prove it
CNN correspondent Jessica Yellin said Thursday she was referring to her time spent at MSNBC when she said she felt pressure not to report stories critical of the Bush administration during the time leading up to the Iraq war.
Here is an absolutely amazing link to a video where the three network news anchors appeared jointly on The Today Show this morning and were forced by McClellan's book to address whether the media failed in its duties in the run-up to the war
Prevarication or gaffe? Barack Obama and the whereabouts of his uncle won’t interest the Mainstream Media. Why it’s dangerous–even if Obama is “their guy”.
Barack Obama calls a reporter “Sweetie” and pundits the nation over scramble to explain to the cretins living in flyover country what he really meant.
In a place called Richland County, Montana - a HUGE oil field may be holding up to 503 BILLION barrels of sweet crude--in a place where more millionaires are being created per capita than anywhere else in America.
A strange thing happened the day after the NC and Indiana primaries: the MSM suddenly discovered the Clintons had a shady past.
MSNBC's Chris Matthews gave a speech last night at Harvard's Institute of Politics Forum where he made a few eye-opening confessions:
ABC News, looking to bolster its connection with younger viewers, plans to open bureaus this autumn on the campuses of five universities across the United States, the network said.
Regarding "Drinking the 9/11 Kool-Aid" (Editorial, April 24): After three government investigations and more than six years, we still don't have answers on 9/11.
Larisa Alexandrovna wants to remind us how much the Main Stream Media is hiding from the general public.