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Oct
30
2014

This week on CounterSpin: Ferguson was back in the headlines recently with leaks from an autopsy report that, we're told, seem to corroborate police officer Darren Wilson's version of events from the day he killed Michael Brown. We'll talk about the impact of those leaks along with other aspects of a story that is far from over, despite the fact that most corporate media appear to have moved on, with Chris King, managing editor of the St. Louis American. Also this week: When the New York Times refers to a politician as 'a former Marxist guerrilla who praises Hugo Chavez' […]

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Oct
30
2014

CNN-Ferg

CNN-Ferg
Oct
29
2014

Covering Sandy Relief in Superhero Mode

As soon as the water receded from the streets, media trucks and journalists descended upon coastal areas of New Jersey and New York City to report on Hurricane Sandy’s damage. But recovery efforts by public and semi-public officials were slow in developing, leading to a media portrayal of the response that was a far cry from what many residents and activists saw.

Oct
29
2014

Covering Sandy Relief in Superhero Mode

As soon as the water receded from the streets, media trucks and journalists descended upon coastal areas of New Jersey and New York City to report on Hurricane Sandy’s damage. But recovery efforts by public and semi-public officials were slow in developing, leading to a media portrayal of the response that was a far cry from what many residents and activists saw.

Oct
29
2014

FEMAPleaseHelpUs

FEMAPleaseHelpUs
Oct
29
2014

Sandy and Climate

Hurricane Sandy may be remembered not only as the most powerful storm ever to strike the Eastern seaboard, but also as the moment when a large segment of the U.S. media first allowed itself to say the words “climate change” in relation to a severe weather event. And while sometimes the question was dismissed as soon as it was asked—as on NBC’s Meet the Press (11/4/12), where host David Gregory opened the show by asking, “Should more attention be paid to a changing climate’s impact on the severity of these storms?” then implicitly answered his own question by never addressing […]

Oct
29
2014

Sandy and Climate

Hurricane Sandy may be remembered not only as the most powerful storm ever to strike the Eastern seaboard, but also as the moment when a large segment of the U.S. media first allowed itself to say the words “climate change” in relation to a severe weather event. And while sometimes the question was dismissed as soon as it was asked—as on NBC’s Meet the Press (11/4/12), where host David Gregory opened the show by asking, “Should more attention be paid to a changing climate’s impact on the severity of these storms?” then implicitly answered his own question by never addressing […]

Oct
29
2014

HurricaneSandy

Hurricane Katrina hitting Marblehead, Massachusetts (cc photo: The Birkes/Wikimedia)

Hurricane Katrina hitting Marblehead, Massachusetts (cc photo: The Birkes/Wikimedia)