Cable News Partisanship: Good on Leftist MSNBC, Not on Anti-Obama CNBC

After celebrating MSNBC's move to the left and resulting ratings surge, the Times frets that CNBC is "making the line between reporter and commentator almost indistinguishable at times" as it ...

Phony Concern for National Review's Reputation

Lamenting a "far right" past it never respected in the first place: "Now, thanks to the coarsening effect of the Internet on political discourse, the magazine may have lost something else: its ...

NYT: More Photos of Dead Soldiers, Please

The media actually cites the restrictions on photos of dead soldiers as an excuse for the decline in its Iraq coverage. But is this just an anti-war position packaged as a press freedom issue?

Rupert Murdoch Still Frightening the Times

Scary stuff indeed: "Rupert Murdoch is moving to tighten his already-imposing grip on American news media..."

Puffing Up CNN at Fox News' Expense

But CNN's "surge" may be less than meets the eye.
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