The first picture shows the version you'll see on most of the networks, the second picture shows the actual event.
Moment 1 zoomed out:
The ombudsman will be a "kind of media reporter, mostly focused on CBS News, reporting and writing about how the news is gathered, produced and placed." He will write a blog that is meant to go "behind the scenes"
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Within a day of Katrina whipping the Gulf coast, Time.com leads with "Is Global Warming Fueling Katrina?" Jeffrey Kluger notes that "to hear a lot of people tell it, we have only ourselves—and our global-warming ways—to blame." His idea of sounding moderate is to allow generously that hurricanes did occur before the arrival of Rapacious Capitalist Humanity: "One thing’s for sure: hurricanes were around a long, long time before human beings began chopping down rainforests and fouling the atm
School may not have started yet, but Christopher Fotos at the PostWatch blog has done some homework on the WashPost's Cindy Sheehan coverage. After reviewing a pile of 15 Post stories on "Mother Sheehan," he finds a regular pattern of omitting her most vicious language, such as:
President Bush is an "evil maniac" who should "sign up his two little party-animal girls" for the war.
Ken Shepherd noted that the front page of Monday's WashPost carried a story with the headline "Access to Abortion Pared at State Level." But I had a different take on reporter Ceci Connolly's piece. It begins: "This year's state legislative season draws to a close having produced a near-record number of laws imposing new restrictions on a woman's access to abortion or contraception." This language of danger to "women's access" sounds like abortion-advocate wording.
Former Times' reporter Chris Hedges, who never let his job as a journalist get in the way of his strident anti-war activism, finds war veterans a self-pitying lot, blind to their own complicity in the horrors of war. At least that's how Hedges comes across in his review of "Black Virgin Mountain -- A Return to Vietnam," an autobiography by Vietnam veteran and author Larry Heinemann.
The Green Day anti-conservative screed "American Idiot," was laughably labeled as "socially conscious" by the Associated Press in its coverage of the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards, at which the left-leaning punk group scored awards in seven of eight categories for which it was nominated.
In his regular "cyber-column" at Mullings.com, Rich Galen finds something surprising in the September issue of Discover magazine: