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10/12/05 :: By Drew Johnston
Cheney vs. Terrorists: Contest of the Ridiculous
Categories :: Media Today, we're going to play a little game. It's been a really bad week for the Government, and they're scrambling like mad to cover their respective asses while simultaneously rolling out new terror info in an attempt to throw the...

07/14/05 :: By P. M. Carpenter
Anatomy of a Hardball gang-babble
Categories :: Media I watch Hardball on occasion hoping for some dram of enlightenment, which, I suppose, renders me the very model of Einstein’s definition of insanity: Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. With every show, host...

07/06/05 :: By S.M. Dixon
Cooper Will, Miller Won't
Categories :: Breaking News :: Media

Miller agress to testify in the investigation of who exposed CIA agent Valerie Plame, but Miller refuses.

06/14/05 :: By S.M. Dixon
DSM News Round-Up
Categories :: Media

A brief look at the media's reaction to the Downing Street Memos.

06/13/05 :: By P. M. Carpenter
The power of cheesy
Categories :: Media Last week the Washington Post’s Mark Leibovich wrote of a photo-op session staged by Howard Dean and Harry Reid, describing the event as a “spectacle” that “offered yet another distillation of why so many people believe that politicians and the...

05/29/05 :: By P. M. Carpenter
The nuclear option: It’s not just for senators anymore
Categories :: Media We all know the Bush administration delights in offending the world. That’s hardly news. It bullied and browbeat its unilateral way into an illegal war; turned a blind eye to mountains of global-warming evidence; nominated a personality-disordered megalomaniac as America’s...

05/20/05 :: By S.M. Dixon
Newsweek is Vindicated
Categories :: Anti-War :: Media

A U.S. Army report examined by the NYT provides too much evidence to deny Newsweek's recent and controversial article.

05/18/05 :: By S.M. Dixon
"A lie keeps growing and growing..."
Categories :: Judges/Judiciary :: Media

Media Matters delves into the GOP's "The Top 10 filibuster falsehoods," since the Establishment media has decided to let the lies slide.

05/17/05 :: By S.M. Dixon
I Hate the "MSM"
Categories :: Media :: Republicans

What's wrong with the "MSM?" Not what you think.

05/10/05 :: By Stu Finkel
NY Times Bureau Chief Asks: Are We Lapdogs for the Bush Administration?
Categories :: Media

NY Times Washingotn Bureau Chief actually asks the question: Are we lapdogs for the Bush administration?

05/05/05 :: By S.M. Dixon
Salon Picks-Up on Rycroft Memo
Categories :: Bush Administration :: Media

The "Rycroft Memo" story is a smoking gun covered with George Bush's fingerprints, but the so-called liberal media is taking its time deciding whether to cover the story. Let's see if others follow Salon's lead.

05/04/05 :: By S.M. Dixon
Bombshell: Rycroft Memo Proves White House, Downing Street Conspired to Provoke Iraq War
Categories :: Breaking News :: Iraq :: Media

A classified memo proves that the U.S. and the U.K. conspired to manipulate Saddam Hussein into committing an act that would justify war, but the so-called liberal media isn't covering this bombshell.

05/02/05 :: By S.M. Dixon
How the Mighty are Fallen
Categories :: George W. Bush :: Media

We know Bush blew it big-time with his Thursday night press conference, but two Washington Post articles add a new perspective.

04/25/05 :: By Stu Finkel
What Was Gannon/Guckert Doing in the White House?
Categories :: Media

Raw Story reports that Gannon/Guckert was in the White House over 200 times, including dozens of time when there was no press briefing. What was he doing there?

04/14/05 :: By S.M. Dixon
Fear and Favor in the Corporate Media
Categories :: Media

Understanding the media is key to framing...

04/09/05 :: By S.M. Dixon
General Motors and the Chilling Effect
Categories :: Media

GM bludgeons the L.A. Times, but papers everywhere feel the blow.

03/31/05 :: By S.M. Dixon
Paging the Corporate Media
Categories :: Iraq :: Media

Today the cable news networks have set all coverage of important events aside to fixate on passing of one woman, after ignoring the deaths of so many others.

03/14/05 :: By Tom Ball
Bob Fertik and Revolutionizing American Media Structure
Categories :: Media

The calls serve as both an organizing power for progressive blog investigations/exposes and a tool for relationship-building with members of the mainstream media. Particularly impressive is the blistering speed at which Bob has transformed his idea into a functioning, effective, powerful tool to promote a populist media, not through unending whining and complaints, but rather through action and sheer force of mind and will. And now the MSM has taken notice. On the cover of today’s New York Times Business Section is a feature article on the creation and functioning of Congratulations Bob!

03/14/05 :: By S.M. Dixon
Pay No Attention to the President Behind the Curtain
Categories :: Bush Administration :: Media :: Propaganda/Spin

The Bush Administration's deceptive Public Relations offensive, funded by tax-payer dollars, is more widespread than once thought.

02/14/05 :: By Stu Finkel
Shape of the Earth: Flat?
Categories :: Media

Brad DeLong reminds us that the Social Security debate is hardly a debate at all, but rather a set of economists on one side pointing out easy facts, and a set of unattributed quotes from unnamed Bush administration officials on the other.

02/10/05 :: By Tom Ball
Gannon Scandal Breaks Wide Open
Categories :: Media

The most interesting thing about this, is that the effort to expose Gannon as a no-talent, non-credentialed, family-value-hypocrite, pseudo-propagandist, GOP insert with access to the highest levels of the White House -- even while using a fake name, was perpetuated, not only by the progressive bloggers, but also by the commenters and diarists. It was a testament to the successes that can be achieved and the justice that can be wrought when the political left works together intelligently and aggressively.

01/11/05 :: By Tom Ball
Crybaby NY Post Whines About Moore 'Ballot Stuffing'
Categories :: Media

The wingers of our great nation are understandably shaken by Michael Moore's heavily deserved People's Choice award. But standard winger fare dictates that they let nothing pass without attempting a destructive blow to its reputation, character, livelihood, etc.

12/15/04 :: By Stu Finkel
Ohio Voting Suppression and Irregularities Hitting Mainstream Media
Categories :: Election 2004 :: Media

Apparently having a congressman in Ohio actively investigating voting suppression and irregularities is what it took to get more active mainstream media attention to what occurred there (and did not occur there) on November 2nd.

12/14/04 :: By William Hare
Moyers Farewell Address Promises to be Memorable
Categories :: Media

Friday night Bill Moyers will make his final appearance on his nationally syndicated Public Broadcasting System program. Before even hearing his farewell address I am reminded of the famous final speech that President Dwight D. Eisenhower made to his fellow citizens before relinquishing the powers of government to incoming chief executive John F. Kennedy. Eisenhower made one of history’s memorable speeches in warning his fellow citizens of “the unwarranted influence of the military-industrial complex.”

12/14/04 :: By William Hare
Gary Webb, RIP
Categories :: Media

I was deeply saddened to learn yesterday about the death of Gary Webb at the age of 49 in what has been listed as an apparent suicide. Webb was one of the most honest and courageous reporters of his era and, as a result, suffered an undeserved pummeling from a sharp-edged mainstream media operating under the concept that “If you want to destroy a message then destroy the messenger.”

12/12/04 :: By Stu Finkel
Red Herrings and Brown Shirts
Categories :: Blowhards :: Conservatives :: Hypocrisy :: Iraq :: Media

Those who have been following the reaction to Rumsfeld's bumbling (and horrifying) response to the solider in Iraq who wondered why they had to go through scrap heaps to get armor for their tanks know that by now the Right Wing's Mighty Wurlitzer has adopted its tried and true tactic of obfuscation. That is, they have attempted to make the story about the fact that the embed reporter helped the soldier formulate his question rather than the far more important and relevant point that the Department of Defense is failing our men in uniform and has no good answers for why it is putting them in harms way without proper protection.

12/09/04 :: By Tom Ball
One Small Step For Air America Radio. One Giant Leap For the Progressive Agenda
Categories :: Media

There are bright spots out there -- and Air America is one of them. Still a relative fledgling in the talk-radio world, the network has garnered a legitimate following in over 40 markets nationwide as well as a sizable and loyal following on the internet. The great news today is that the progressive media pioneer has secured further funding for its venture and resigned popular hosts Al Franken and Randi Rhodes.

12/09/04 :: By Drew Johnston
Atrios-Bashing at
Categories :: Blogging on Blogging :: Media

Newsalert: CBS writer slams Atrios with some pretty serious (and largely inaccurate) accusations.

12/08/04 :: By Tom Ball
New Alliance Strengthens Right-Wing Media
Categories :: Media

In a copulation-fest fit to churn the stomach, right-wing radio powerhouse, Clear Channel Communications has agreed to make Fox News its primary news source.

11/23/04 :: By Delton Murphy
Framing News vs. Propaganda
Categories :: Framing 101 :: Media :: Progressive Strategy :: Propaganda/Spin :: Reference

There is definitely a need and a place for commentary and editorials but when obvious opinions and partisan politicking replace news and journalism, the "truth" becomes quickly lost in the shuffle. When one looks at the current climate of news and information in the US, specifically the mainstream corporate media, the lines of demarcation are not as clear.

11/23/04 :: By Tom Ball
Tactic: Buy Your Own Media Outlet
Categories :: Media :: Tactics

Duh! The Republicans did it with Fox News, The Washington Times, UPI and other institutions, foundations and organizations funded by right wing billionaires. Surely there are some left-wing billionaires that would feel obliged to pitch in and do the same. This media building can even start on a local level, buying various radio stations, newspapers and television stations.

10/15/04 :: By Stu Finkel
Thank God for Jon Stewart Part 372
Categories :: Media

Jon Stewart says all that needs to be said about that traitor Bob Novak.

10/12/04 :: By Stu Finkel
Sinclair Affiliates Want to Hear from YOU
Categories :: Media

Hesiod notes that a number of the local affiliates have polls up on their websites about whether or not Sinclair should be showing the film.

10/09/04 :: By Stu Finkel
Sinclair Broadcast Group Orders Affiliates to Show Anti-Kerry Film
Categories :: Media

The conservative Sinclair Broadcast Group, whose television outlets reach nearly a quarter of the nation's homes with TV, is ordering its stations to preempt regular programming just days before the Nov. 2 election to air a film that attacks Sen. John F. Kerry's activism against the Vietnam War.

10/05/04 :: By Stu Finkel
What Atrios Says
Categories :: Iraq :: Lies :: Media :: Republicans

According to the most recent Gallup poll, 62% of Republicans think Saddam Hussein was personally involved in the 9/11 attacks.

10/05/04 :: By Delton Murphy
The Paranoia of the Thief
Categories :: Books :: Discrimination :: Election 2004 :: Media :: Progressive Strategy

We consciously live in an era where fiction substitutes for fact, lies become misstatements, justice is now revenge and war is quickly becoming the norm. The unholy alliance between the Republicans and the Right Wing has just intensified as we enter the homestretch of the presidential election. The fact that they are resorting to these tactics is evidence that they are running scared. Gone is the Bush strut and swagger. Absent are the Haiku-laced press conferences of Donald Rumsfeld, who just yesterday had to admit that he has "seen no evidence of a Saddam Hussein-Al Qaeda connection". And Dick Cheney hasn't attempted to unite the country through fear in almost two weeks. Uh-oh. It seems that finally after four years, the paranoia of the thief has kicked in.

10/03/04 :: By Stu Finkel
Kerry 1, Bush 0 (Media -- less than zero)
Categories :: Media

Good summation by Toronto Star columnist Antonia Zerbisias this morning of the debate, the fact that even wingnuts had trouble spinning it Bush's way, the fact that the hoodwinked "mainstream media" nevertheless tried to call it a tie, etc.

09/30/04 :: By William Hare
The Hollywood Liberal is a Site Offering the Rare Jewel of Pungent Satire
Categories :: Media

Satire is a rare commodity. Humor is one of the toughest forms of writing, but provides plenty of it while dissecting the major issues of the day. H.L. has an extensive media background and understands the tricks of the trade, which he exposes with his informative thrusts.

09/15/04 :: By Mel Valentin
Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media
Categories :: Media Ambitious in scope, and culled from more than five years of footage by documentary filmmakers Mark Achbar and Peter Wintonick, 1993’s Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media, is an often unfocused (and often uncritical) documentary on the life, times,...

08/16/04 :: By Stu Finkel
Whither Liberalism? Part III
Categories :: Activism :: Media :: Philosophy

In the August 2004 issue of Harper's magazine, Lewis Lapham asks "How do progressives build a thirty-year movement in the same way that conservatives did during the 1960s and 1970s?" The question usually becomes how then can this be mimicked or re-created. The thinkers that have gathered around Lapham's roundtable, however, do little to address this issue directly.

08/14/04 :: By Mel Valentin
Control Room: Al-Jazeera Documentary
Categories :: Media

"Control Room," a new documentary directed by Jehane Noujaim (""), is a behind-the-scenes look at Al-Jazeera, the Arabic-language, independent satellite news channel that’s been often criticized by the Bush administration for its anti-American bias (Al-Jazeera has been described as the Arabic equivalent of the FOX News Channel).

07/31/04 :: By Mel Valentin
OutFOXed: (Un)Fair and (Un)Balanced
Categories :: Media

"OutFOXed: Rupert Murdoch’s War on Journalism", directed by Robert Greenwald, takes a highly partisan approach to FOX News, a 24-hour “news” channel with a decidedly right-wing slant. In short, FOX News is a 24-hour propaganda machine not just for the Republican Party, but also for the current president and the ideologues in his administration, whose policies are firmly supported (financially and ideologically) by Rupert Murdoch, the multi-billionaire owner of the FOX News Channel.

07/25/04 :: By Stu Finkel
Blogging Harper's Index
Categories :: Bush Administration :: Media The August issue of Harper's (the only print magazine we currently receive) came sliding through the mail shoot the other day, and I thought that I'd take a look at the always informative Index (p.11); if I have a chance,...

06/27/04 :: By William Hare
Fahrenheit 9-11 is a Documentary Masterpiece
Categories :: Media

I recently did a review on Bill Clinton’s memoirs on and soon discovered that among fellow readers 1) I was among the few that read the book at all, and 2) I was among the very few that commented on anything appearing on the printed page. One individual submitted a “review” in which he merely stated “Liar, Liar, Liar, Liar, Liar!”

06/25/04 :: By Tom Ball
Initial Returns for "Fahrenheit 9/11"
Categories :: Media

As I argued in, "Tactic: See “Fahrenheit 9/11” on Opening Weekend", opening weekend revenues determine the life or death of any film. A strong showing will produce tons of media attention and possibly stimulate hundreds of new theaters to jump on the bandwagon. Help spread the word. See "Fahrenheit 9/11" this weekend!

06/16/04 :: By Tom Ball
Action Alert: Campaign to Support Michael Moore and "Fahrenheit 9/11"
Categories :: Activism :: Media

Farenheit 9/11 opens on June 25th...but the number of theaters that will show it is still up in the air.

A movement is afoot to minimize the number of theaters that ultimately show this film, the Palme d'Or winner at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival. The organizers of this partisan movement are attempting to undermine the credibility and marketability of Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11".

05/22/04 :: By Delton Murphy
For Want of a War, The Truth Was Lost
Categories :: Anti-War :: Bush Administration :: Documentary :: Iraq :: Media

Highlighting the myriad of inconsistencies evident in the statements made by politicians and spokespeople in support of the war, such as the exaggeration of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction, director Robert Greenwald strives to exemplify the clandestine motives that may have provided momentum to the war effort in his latest movie, Uncovered: The Whole Truth about the Iraq War.


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