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Bad Company III: Executive Summary

For American Businessmen in the News, the Defense Never Rests

They May Be Sexy, but Dirty Businessmen Return to Prime Time

New fall shows continue the trend of twisted, troubled, unethical businessmen as characters.

Kid Nation Ties for Top Ratings

Viewers attracted by adorable children or train wreck hype?

Night and Day: CBS, ABC Opposite on Fed Rate Cut

CBS mentions it, but spotlights poll negative about economy; ABC showcases upside.

Frank Rich Says Katie Couric Drank the Kool-Aid in Iraq

Rich calls two scholars from the left-of-center Brookings Institution "Pentagon junketeers" for daring to suggest things are improving on the ground in Iraq.

RealtyTrac Says Media Misrepresent Data

Company responds to criticism of foreclosure data and defends analysis.

Networks Ignore Higher Than Expected GDP Growth

As broadcasts leave out economic growth, The Wall Street Journal spins the 4 percent growth with a negative prediction.

Networks: Bashing Airlines Is Just the Ticket

Media turn fear of flying into fear of business and don't blame the real culprit - government.

Media Still Using Wrong Number for Uninsured

New Census data shows increase in uninsured, yet no distinction made between Americans and non-citizens.
Media Research Center

Rise and Shine on Democrats

How the ABC, CBS and NBC Morning Shows Are Promoting Democrats On the Road to the White House
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