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Vanity Fair Used Polluted Journalism Against Chevron in Ecuador Story

Magazine reporter worked with eco-lawyer to help spin facts.
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Networks Ignore Big Win for Chevron in Court

U.S. court calls Ecuador ruling ‘fraud,’ obtained ‘by corrupt means.’
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‘Rock Center’ Blames America, and Texaco in Anti-Oil Tirade

Ecuadorian villagers are upset and ready to fight to protect their rainforest homeland, from the government of Ecuador which has “launched a new oil boom,” according to NBC’s Ann Curry. But Curry ...
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Broadcasts Ignore ‘Bizarre twist’ of Chevron Ecuador Lawsuit

Several years ago, CBS’s “60 Minutes,” CNN and The New York Times tarred Chevron with biased reporting about a lawsuit between the oil company and an “eco-radical” group called Amazon Defense ...

Finally: Bloomberg BusinessWeek Adds Balance to Media Coverage of Chevron/Ecuador Dispute

Magazine's 'Jungle Justice' story gives extensive treatment of both sides of protracted legal battle.

Times Buries Admission of Self Interest in Chevron-Ecuador Lawsuit Story

The Times reported Chevron has been using outtakes from the film "Crude," an anti-Chevron film, in its legal battles over an environmental damage lawsuit filed in Ecuador. The Times called it "a ...

New York Times Buries Admission of Self Interest in Chevron Story

Not until 24th paragraph does paper admit it supported court brief against oil giant.

Court Filings Show '60 Minutes' Hero Donziger Colluded with Ecuadoran Government to Defraud Chevron

Outtakes of environmental documentary show plaintiff's lawyer and consultants created a $27.4 billion 'environmental damage' figure.

'60 Minutes' Hit Job on Chevron Flawed, Journalism Review Admits -- 11 Months Late

Pelley's so-called investigation of oil companies alleged pollution in Ecuadorian rainforest 'an exercise in innuendo.'

The Media's Top 10 Worst Economic Myths of 2009

From jobs 'saved or created,' to stimulus saving the economy, to 'deficit neutral' health care reform; here are ten biggest stories the media got wrong this year.
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