JuliaSeymour | February 23, 2011
This is just a glimpse of the networks' evening news coverage of the union protests since Feb. 16, 2011.
JuliaSeymour | February 10, 2011
The coal industry is not a favorite of the network news media, the bulk of whose coverage of coal is about tragic accidents. On Oct. 5, 2010, Jim Sciutto proved that reporters could make the coal industry look bad even when some other industry spilled their chemicals.
JuliaSeymour | February 4, 2011
CNBC's Rick Santelli criticized CNBC panelists for trying to find good news in a "disappointing" jobs report. "This is not great data," Santelli warned.
JuliaSeymour | January 14, 2011
The network news media often hold up the Congressional Budget Office's "non-partisan" scores on health care reform as authoritative. But the former CBO director has said the claims are the result of nonsense data.
JuliaSeymour | January 7, 2011
CNBC's Squawk Box panel reacted to the December 2010 jobs report with caution, especially regarding the 9.4 percent unemployment rate.
JuliaSeymour | January 5, 2011
In the past month, very few network news stories about health care have mentioned the extent of public opposition to the bill. "World News" was one of the two exceptions the Business & Media Institute found.
JuliaSeymour | December 29, 2010
In 2006, high gas prices were a challenge for Bush, but in 2010 Obama's name is not mentioned by "Nightline."
JuliaSeymour | December 20, 2010
Mike Pence Tells America's Newsroom why He Voted Against The Tax Cut Bill.
JuliaSeymour | December 15, 2010
CBS "Early Show" turned to liberal Democrat Dick Durbin on Dec. 14, to react to the federal court decision ruling against ObamaCare's individual mandate. Durbin defended the legislation as "sound."
JuliaSeymour | December 3, 2010
MSNBC's "Morning Joe" brought Mark Haines of CNBC on to discuss the November 2010 jobs report Dec. 3. Haines said the rise in unemployment was disappointing and would make it difficult to increase taxes.