Tag Archives: Fox News

Media Analysis: Karl Rove Afraid of Color Pink?

This week I made a pledge to explore alternative sources of news. This lead me to The Huffington Post, best described to me as a “Aggregated Web Newsblog,” three words that I feel journalists will be hearing more and more, … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Fox News

by Claire Staley Like most students at the University of Oregon, I tend to be left-leaning in my politics. And, like most students in the journalism school, I tend to be critical of Fox News. So, for this week’s media … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Jonathan Stull

Accuracy. Authority. Objectivity. The tradition of journalism is based upon these principles, that “a reporter is only as good as his (or her) sources” (from page 73, chapter three of Harrower’s Inside Reporting). No opinions expressed. No abuse of exposure, … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Content Decisions

A recent interview conducted on The O’Reilly Factor with Bill O’Reilly interviewing Jon Stewart from The Daily Show grabbed my attention. The original interview is a 40 minute unedited piece that shows the two political personalities jarring on multiple issues. … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: “Study: Health Problems Common Among Pot Smoking Men”

I remember reading this article awhile ago and felt it pertained to the discussion on reporting statistics properly. The article provides information that found men who smoke pot are four times more likely to have climaxing issues while participating in … Continue reading

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