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Media Research Center

Exhibit 1-10: Newspaper Journalists of the 1990s

In 1996, as a follow-up to a 1988 survey, the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE) surveyed 1,037 reporters at 61 newspapers of all sizes across the nation, and found that newsrooms were ...

Gallup Poll: Media Seen as 'Too Liberal,' Untrustworthy

A Gallup poll released October 1 confirms that few Americans trust the media and about three times as many see the press as "too liberal" (45%) as opposed to "too conservative" (15%). Far more ...

ACORN Story Grows But Mainstream Media Reluctant to Cover It

A couple of kids with a hidden camera do what the professional 'journalists' have refused to do.

When the Right Protests, It Must Be Wrong

After 8 years of Nazi images and loony left protests, now the media oppose dissent.

Attack Dogs? No, Democrats Walk the Dinosaur

Left and media go from post-partisan to Jurassic in less than two months.

Eat, Drink, and Be Merry, for Tomorrow We Die

Forget the first three, as media keep viewers afraid of their own shadow.

Cantwell Aide's Sex Scandal Gets Little Press Coverage

Media bury news of a Democratic congressional staffer snared in a police pedophile sting.

AIDS: The Questions They Won't Ask

Here are some of the questions that the media probably won't ask the professional HIV/AIDS lobby, which grows ever fatter while the human tragedy rises

Media Claim Business Owes Debt to Society

Lenders and related companies are blamed for borrowers' debt troubles six times as often as borrowers, according to a new study of network media coverage.
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