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Networks Continue to Show No Interest in Covering Senate’s Passage of Keystone Pipeline

The nation’s major broadcast networks continued their blackout on Friday morning of not covering the U.S. Senate’s passage of the Keystone XL oil pipeline with zero mentions on their morning ...
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YouTube or ABC? Internet Star's Question Is the Same as Barbara Walters

All three networks on Friday morning promoted Barack Obama's "interesting," "unconventional" interviews with YouTube personalities, including one who is famous for taking a bath in milk and Fruit ...
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ABC and NBC Morning Shows Boost Obama’s ‘Aggressive’ SOTU Speech

On Tuesday night, President Obama gave his sixth State of the Union address, and on Wednesday morning, ABC and CBS did their best to boost his speech and tout his liberal agenda to their ...
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ABC’s Jim Avila Promotes Obama’s New Cuba Policy Ahead of SOTU

On Tuesday, ABC’s Good Morning America previewed President Obama’s 7th State of the Union address and the network did its best to play up President Obama’s recent unilateral actions aimed at ...
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ABC's George Stephanopoulos Fawns Over 'Heroic' Jimmy Carter: Still 'Going Strong'

Former Democratic operative turned journalist George Stephanopoulos on Friday fawned over Jimmy Carter. Though much of the interview with the "heroic" ex-President focused on his humanitarian ...
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Only ABC Covers Latest Release of Gitmo Prisoners, Allows 16 Seconds

Of the three networks, only ABC on Thursday reported that Barack Obama's administration has transferred five more detainees out of Guantanamo Bay. The network allowed a scant 16 seconds to the ...
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ABC and CBS Morning Shows Help Boost Obama’s ‘Paid Sick Leave’ Mandate

On Thursday, ABC’s Good Morning America and CBS This Morning eagerly promoted President Obama’s latest proposal that would require all private companies provide their employees with “at least ...
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ABC Hypes IRS Delaying Tax Refunds, More Identity Theft Due to Lacking of Funding from Congress

On Wednesday, ABC’s Good Morning America had a segment that promoted how, due to budget cuts, the IRS will be forced to “delay those refund checks,” “increase the risk of identity theft,” conduct ...
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NBC & ABC Censor Charlie Hebdo Cover, But Tout it As 'Declaration of Defiance'

Reporting on the release of Charlie Hebdo's first issue since the January 7 terrorist attack, NBC's Today and ABC's Good Morning America on Wednesday refused to show the cover of the satirical ...
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ABC, NBC Eagerly Promote Governor Christie’s ‘Football Controversy’

On Sunday, Governor Chris Christie (R-N.J.) will attend the Green Bay Packers/Dallas Cowboys playoff game with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. Christie’s decision has drawn the ire of many football ...
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