NYT Begs Twitter to Cork Trump:'Hey @jack...More Questionable Tweets'

June 6th, 2020 12:07 PM

The New York Times, not content with pathetically apologizing for its own opinion pieces, is trying to nudge Twitter into further censoring of President Trump. Linda Qiu’s “Fact Check” on Thursday took a turn for the censorious, begging Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to squelch Trump’s tweets: “Hey @jack, Here Are More Questionable Tweets From @realdonaldtrump.” And the…

Why Is The Government Now Spending Millions For PBS to Take On Establi

October 8th, 2013 9:09 AM
Back in the 1960s, PBS was created to fill a hole in the market for educational television. So it’s strange to read The Washington Post and find PBS trying to finagle its way into a crowded market of digital and mobile apps in 2013. Reporter Cecelia Kang began: “On television, Big Bird stands tall among children’s shows. But on the iPad, he is just a little chick.”…

Most Nets Skip Over Their Advocacy of Broadcast Profanity; Newspapers

July 14th, 2010 2:52 PM
Most networks skipped over the story of their own corporate advocacy of broadcast profanity last night when the Second Circuit Court of Appeals shredded the FCC’s broadcast decency regulation. (All the major broadcast networks signed on, with Fox in the lead). NBC’s Brian Williams offered 94 words, but erred in claiming "When a curse word has slipped out in the past, the FCC has imposed…