Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting

Let’s pay attention to the reporters that are enablers of the censors.
The Truth has died after a long illness.
I believe in a future in which Muslim spiritual leaders and Islamist activists no longer view their faith or their fellow Muslims in these terms -- and where those Westerners who believe in fairness, equality and justice for all open their hearts to all the peoples of the region, not just a privileged few.
This is a striking example of how big media like the New York Times can try to enforce their own limits on debate by asserting without evidence that certain ideas and therefore the people who espouse them are not mainstream.
NEW YORK -– In the weeks leading up to the United States beginning airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria, few
The most renowned media critics are usually superficial and craven. That's because -- as one of the greatest in the 20th century, George Seldes, put it -- 'the most sacred cow of the press is the press itself.'
CNN's Stephanie Cutter is now the target of a campaign by left-wing media watchdog FAIR for her continued ties to the White House.
CNN's Stephanie Cutter is now the target of a campaign by left-wing media watchdog FAIR for her continued ties to the White
Ten years ago our "leaders" in the government, the corporate media, and the "national security" establishment assured us that invading Iraq was in our national interest.
A new study released Thursday found that, though more and more people are falling into poverty, the issue has barely registered
It's easy for opinionated people to call something a flip-flop when it is not really that at all--when it is an honest, deep-felt and carefully thought-out change of mind.
I have been a consistent reader of the print edition of the New York Times since I was 13 years old. That is why I am gratified to see the Times ombudsman, Arthur S. Brisbane, in his swan song column finally state the obvious.
It's true that these statistics coincided with a very colorful Republican presidential primary season, with no Democratic
Sandusky's arrest last November triggered a wave of news coverage. But what is the media coverage saying, and how might it affect the public conversation as Sandusky's trial moves forward?
Responding to complaints over a New York Times story, Times Public Editor Arthur Brisbane has written that the complaints were just, and that the New York Times should correct the story. As of this writing there is still no correction.
At PBS's recent annual gathering it was announced that the number and frequency of promotions for corporate sponsors would increase during a few noted programs as an experiment.
The PBS ombud and representatives of the public television programs studied in FAIR's new report, "Taking the Public Out
A multi-part FAIR exposé of PBS's most prominent news and public affairs programs demonstrates that public television is
Rather than focus on the substance of the leaked diplomatic cables, American journalists tend to either frame the story as being about the "over-classification" of documents or the personal motivations and private life of Julian Assange.