Search Results for: Steve Rendall

Mar 20 2015

Danny Schechter, 'News Dissector' and Creator, Dies at 72

Danny Schechter, groundbreaking media critic and legendary producer for both corporate and alternative media, died on March 19 at the age of 72.

Jan 05 2015

Summing Up White Supremacist Ties as 'Saying Nice Things About an Old Man'

On Meet the Press, host Chuck Todd tried to provide some historical context to the controversy over incoming GOP majority whip Steve Scalise’s speaking before a white supremacist group. He failed.

Dec 01 2014

‘There Really Is No Recovery’

Richard Wolff on the state of the economy

Economist Richard Wolff

“The mass of lower- and middle-income folks basically have watched a ‘recovery’ that bypassed the vast majority of the American people.”

Sep 02 2014

Extra! September 2014

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Articles Available Only to Subscribers: SoundBites Letters to the Editor Remembrance Casey Kasem: Top Foe of Media Bias Gender Focus Missing a Killer’s Connections Misogynistic murders also fueled by racism-and a hateful online community by Rania Khalek CounterSpin Interview ‘A Chain of Desperation’ Laura Carlsen on the crisis of refugee children At Elite Media, ‘Scientific’ Racists Fit in Fine Nicholas Wade’s NYT science writing thrilled white supremacists by Steve Rendall Computer Error ‘Turing test’ press release fools media into thinking it’s news by Neil deMause

Sep 01 2014

‘A Chain of Desperation’

Laura Carlsen on the crisis of refugee children

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CounterSpin asked Laura Carlsen of the Americas Program of the Center of International Policy what deeper coverage would add to the story of immigrant refugee children in terms of context and history.

Jul 01 2014

Extra! July/August 2014

Extra! July 2014

Articles Available Only to Subscribers: SoundBites Who Gets to Speak on Cable News The identity of the whitest, malest show we found may surprise you by Peter Hart Spinning Away Israel ‘Gaffes’ Damage control for Christie and Kerry’s inadvertent honesty by Alex Kane White, White Don’t Tell Me NPR’s bumbling attempts at diversity by Josmar Trujillo Study Confirms Our Wealth-Controlled Politics News suppressed by our wealth-controlled media by Steve Rendall and Janine Jackson It Will be Facebook’s Virtual World Will we just live–and work– in it? by J.F. Sargent

Jun 26 2014

Millions in Poverty Get Less Coverage Than 482 Billionaires

New FAIR study documents TV news' lack of interest in poor

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New FAIR study documents TV news’ lack of interest in the poor.

Apr 01 2014

Extra! April 2014

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Articles Available Only to Subscribers: SoundBites Letters GENDER FOCUS The War on Poor Women of Color Abortion coverage slump matches class & ethnic shift by Rania Khalek Sunday Morning Snow Job Beltway talk shows’ flaky climate coverage by Miranda C. Spencer Leading Papers’ Sources Tilt Toward TPP Sparse, slanted coverage of corporate-friendly deal by Steve Rendall and Melanie Nakashian Good Protesters—and the Bad Kind When Molotov cocktails are just a ‘boy’s adventure’ by Peter Hart On Homeland, Islam Means Terror TV’s one major Muslim character is a secret Al-Qaeda agent by Arun Kundnani