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At least 20 stations published online articles on the campaign's "Keep America Great" hat, some asking readers on social media whether they would buy it.
Last week, meteorologist Joe Crain went viral for his on-air rebuke of a "corporate initiative." Now he's out of a job.
An Illinois meteorologist has been off the air since telling viewers the ominous warning was a "corporate initiative" that "many of us have tried to dissuade."
The congresswoman used the foot-in-mouth moment to show how misinformation spreads.
Loomer was recently banned from Twitter for promoting hateful anti-Muslim views.
The segment is reportedly a "must run" for Sinclair, the largest U.S. owner of local TV stations by number of outlets.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai opposed the deal, but Trump supported it.
Congressional candidate John Heenan says the local news giant is abusing its power and taking advantage of journalists.
The local TV news giant is making no effort to conceal its conservative bias.
Far fewer have been paying much attention to Sinclair Broadcast Group, the nation's biggest owner of local TV stations.
Let's break down the broadcast giant's latest self-defense.
He described recent criticism of the company as “politically motivated attacks."
Conservative commentator resigns and show is canceled after Twitter rant is exposed.
"In making the leap to disparage news media generally ... Sinclair has diminished trust in the news media overall."
Sinclair Broadcast Group should "pull their head out of their ass," Jonathan Beaton suggested Sunday.
The broadcaster made local news anchors read a controversial script about "false news" on air.
As a journalist, I found the company's demands reprehensible but was told not to question authority.
The critical ad urges viewers demand a stop to a merger that would bring Sinclair's right-leaning messaging to 72 percent of U.S. homes.
"If you want to make a difference, lobby your lawmakers to have them stop the Tribune deal," the anchor says.