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Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

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Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

Extra! receives no money from advertisers or corporate underwriters, and depends on subscribers for its existence.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

Extra! receives no money from advertisers or corporate underwriters, and depends on subscribers for its existence.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

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Sep
01
2014

'Such Is Life' Coverage of Another Blast's Dead

Anyone could have predicted the Boston Marathon bombing would receive the high-color, saturation-style coverage it’s gotten. The April 15 attack lends itself to all sorts of narratives U.S. corporate media love to explore: the ever-present “terrorist” threat, scary Muslims and their “networks,” the potential of new security technology. Still, it was hard not to be struck by the contrast between the attention devoted to the Boston bombing and that given to a disastrous explosion two days later in a Texas fertilizer plant. TV networks especially “seemed to decide covering two big stories was covering one too many,” as Mike Elk […]

Sep
01
2014

'Such Is Life' Coverage of Another Blast's Dead

Anyone could have predicted the Boston Marathon bombing would receive the high-color, saturation-style coverage it’s gotten. The April 15 attack lends itself to all sorts of narratives U.S. corporate media love to explore: the ever-present “terrorist” threat, scary Muslims and their “networks,” the potential of new security technology. Still, it was hard not to be struck by the contrast between the attention devoted to the Boston bombing and that given to a disastrous explosion two days later in a Texas fertilizer plant. TV networks especially “seemed to decide covering two big stories was covering one too many,” as Mike Elk […]

Sep
01
2014

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(photo: Mike Stone/Reuters)

(photo: Mike Stone/Reuters)