Julia A. Seymour

Assistant Managing Editor for MRC Business
Author Articles

NBC's Snyderman Redefines 'Binge' as Two Drinks

In 'Nightly News' report, standard binge benchmark isn't good enough for Peacock doc.

NBC Doc Agrees with Howard Dean: No Reform without Public Option

'Morning Joe' debates health reform, NBC and Fortune journalists favor government plan.

Fox Business Finds Doctor Who Cut Costs 70 Percent, Without Government

Dr. Kent Holtorf argues insurance should be only for catastrophic care, urges cash payments for medical services.

Tina Brown Compares People Seeking 'Free' Health Care to Katrina Victims

Daily Beast editor tells 'Morning Joe' photos of thousands in line for treatment speak louder than town halls.

Media Cover Town Hall Outrage from Left, Calling it 'Orchestrated' and 'Not about Policy'

Broadcasters decry 'incitement to violence' from far right, say health care town halls are being shut down by 'fake grassroots.'

CNBC 'Skeptical' of White House Claim about Labor Report

Unemployment in July dropped to 9.4 percent, CBNC discusses 'conspiracy theory' regarding president's knowledge of jobs numbers.

CNN Exposes Government's Funny Math for Clunker Program

It turns out trucks and SUV, not small cars, are top 'clunker' buys.

Networks Praise 'Clunker' Program, Downplay Critics

ABC, CBS and NBC all say car trade-in scheme is a 'victim of its own success,' after burning through $1 billion in a week.

CNN Spotlights Criticism of ObamaCare -- From the Left

Jim Acosta interviews Obama's former doctor who says health care plan 'doesn't go far enough,' ignores other voices.

Newsweek, ABC Cheer End of Recession, But Economists, Politicians Remain Divided

Even President Obama caught off guard by magazine claim.

Can't Blame Liberal Media for Health Bill Stall

BMI Study: 70 Percent of ABC, CBS and NBC Coverage Promoted Obama's Huge Health Care Takeover

Long After Pushing for Hikes, CNN Finds Downside to Minimum Wage Increase

Christine Romans explains small business perspective: increased wages could mean layoffs.

For 'Leverage,' Round Two of 'Destroying' Evil Businessmen

TNT's 'do-gooding' criminal team will batter greedy corporate-types for another season.

'Today' Slams Citi for Trying to Switch from Bonuses to Salary Hikes

NBC uses 'greed' clip from well-known anti-'Wall Street' film, unemployed Michigan woman to criticize banks return to profitability.

Fact Sheet: America's Uninsured

The media repeat claims of 40 million to 50 million uninsured Americans, but facts from the Census Bureau and research organizations discredit it.

Obama Pushes Gov. Health Care; ABC Responds with 'Prescription for America' Coverage from White House

Networks balance reports on AMA speech, but ABC outrages public with week of health care coverage, 'World News,' 'GMA' to be aired from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

What We Would Ask: Questions about Obama's health care plan

Conservative and free market experts supply questions for the upcoming ABC special 'Prescription for America.'

Public Option the Only Option in CBS 'Early Show' Interview

Anchor Harry Smith interviews HHS Secretary Sebelius about medical-related bankruptcies.

Obama, Media Likely Wrong on 2009 Job Figures ... By May

Finding the 'glass half full,' nets and newspapers find good news about job loss, ignore failure of stimulus to halt rising unemployment.

Media Myth: Networks Ignore Trillion-Dollar Price Tag of Climate Cap Bill

Waxman-Markey cap-and-trade bill leaves committee while ABC, CBS, NBC remain silent.