PBS Star Mourns Divisive Cable News...Like PBS Isn't Hate-GOP TV?
Ex-PBS NewsHour anchor Judy Woodruff produced an 11-minute report on a professor seeking to "depolarize" our political debates, and they talked about the harmful effects of divisive cable news. As if PBS isn't partisan or divisive or polarizing in its approach to Republicans?
PBS's Judy Woodruff Talks Reparations, Chides Pushback Against CRT
Wednesday’s PBS NewsHour presented former host Judy Woodruff’s latest entry in her bimonthly foray into America at a Crossroads, the ideological travelogue she’s taken up after retiring from the news desk. She journeyed to her birthplace in Tulsa to amplify a radical call for racial reparations and chide Republicans for allegedly making it harder to teach the history of the Tulsa race…
PBS’s Woodruff Uses MSNBC's Charlie Sykes as Wisconsin Voter Expert
Former PBS NewsHour host Judy Woodruff is now reporting from the field, and previewed the state Supreme Court election in Wisconsin. Her primary political analyst was Charlie Sykes of the "center-right" site The Bulwark, who is an almost daily liberal presence on MSNBC.
Be My Leftist Guest: PBS’s False Objectivity Poisons Political Debate
PBS, established in 1969, has an outdated reputation for delivering a polite, objective take on the news of the day, exemplified by its flagship evening news program, now called the PBS NewsHour. But a new Media Research Center study deflates that outdated assumption, tracking and labeling every guest that appeared on the NewsHour over a four-month period, November 2022…
NewsBusters Podcast: Liberals Are Happy Biden Spurned Fox Interview
Journalists at CNN and NPR expressed happiness that President Biden spurned any Super Bowl interview with Fox News. Days before those "failed negotiations," Biden received a warm and open-ended interview with the liberals at PBS NewsHour. It washis first interview with a journalist since before the midterm elections.
PBS Gives Softball Interview to Biden, Stumped on Low Poll Numbers
On Wednesday night’s PBS NewsHour, Judy Woodruff followed Biden out on his post-State of the Union road trip to give him a soft-ball interview. During the friendly sit-down, Woodruff couldn’t understand “the disconnect” between what Woodruff described as Biden’s good economy and the polling that shows overwhelmingly that Americans are pessimistic and struggling financially.
PBS Offers Softballs to Democrat Leahy, Hardballs to Republican Davis
In the final week of 2022, the PBS NewsHour put on display the kind of double standard that the liberal media typically show in its treatment of Republicans and Democrats as defeated Republican Congressman Rodney Davis and retiring Democrat Senator Patrick Leahy were interviewed within days of one another.
Silly PBS Sendoff: Judy Woodruff Puffed as 'Neutral and Objective'
One of the silliest myths in TV newscasting is that objectivity is still a lodestar. As PBS NewsHour anchor Judy Woodruff was wrapping up her last show in the anchor chair on Friday, pundits David Brooks and Jonathan Capehart both pretended Woodruff exemplified neutrality. Do they think Republicans never watch this show?
PBS Drops Barrel of 'Far Right' Labels on New Netanyahu Team in Israel
Thursday's PBS NewsHour broke out every term for extremism in reporting on the new Israeli government. The online headline for the segment was "Netanyahu once again prime minister with most far-right government in Israel’s history."
PBS: 'Far Right' GOPers Are Anti-Drag Because 'Brainwashed'
On Tuesday's PBS NewsHour, the show devoted a segment to an LGBT activist who has been defending drag shows against efforts by conservatives to restrict their ability to involve children.
Both PBS Pundits Scold Democrats to Back 'Successful' Biden in 2024
In just the latest evidence that the PBS NewsHour has a Friday night panel of liberal echoes, their pundits Jonathan Capehart and David Brooks completely agreed that Democrats should stop being a "big pain in the rear end" and back "successful" President Biden for a second term in 2024.
PBS Hails Election As Win For Abortion, Defeat Of Putin, Xi, And Trump
When Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart and New York Times columnist David Brooks joined PBS NewsHour host Judy Woodruff for their Friday recap of the week’s news, the natural topic of conversation was the election results. Capehart’s big takeaway was that things other than the economy, like abortion, saved Democrats while Brooks cheered the demise of…
PBS Predicts More 'Climate Disasters' If GOP Doesn't Fall In Line
On Friday, Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart and New York Times columnist David Brooks joined PBS NewsHour host Judy Woodruff for their standard discussion of the week’s events which this week included dire warnings that more Hurricane Ian-like storms will occur if Republicans do not fall in line and vote for their preferred policies.