> From Vox Africanus at The Root: Is it fair to compare these two situations? One point I will make is Dr. Laura wasn’t an employee of CNN, but Rick Sanchez was.
>I literally stumbled upon this today, so I feel a little out of the loop on this. http://i.cdn.turner.com/cnn/.element/apps/cvp/3.0/swf/cnn_416x234_embed.swf?context=embed&videoId=us/2010/07/29/ricks.burn.koran.cnn They have a Facebook page, which appears to have been taken over by spammers/opponents. They are planning to proceed with the burning, despite being denied a permit from the Gainesville, Fla. Fire Department since open burning of […]
>Jacob Weisberg makes this argument in an online blog that appeared on Oct. 17. Weisberg argues that, in light of the Obama administration’s criticism of the cable news network, real news organizations would “take pains to cover presidential criticism fairly. It would regard doing so as itself a test of integrity.” At Fox, by contrast, […]
>Embedded video from CNN Video Kudos to you, Ric Sanchez–and CNN. Maybe those proponents of “fair and balanced” news will own up to their lies and get their facts correct. This is probably the best piece of news rebuttal I’ve ever seen. I honestly don’t understand why the so-called “fair and balanced” news network would […]
>CNN’s most talked-about documentary, Black in America, premiered last night, with its first installment focusing on black women and family. I fought drowsiness to stay up and watch the two-hour program and was overall pleased. I thought the stories were compelling and gave an eye-opening glimpse to what it’s like being a black woman or […]