A few months ago I saw an article that listed 900+ mistakes that Fox News had made over the previous year. I thought I saw it on Mefi but I have looked everywhere and can not find it. Any help would be appreciated.
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I have trouble keeping up with the big political news on television. So I use the clips on crooksandliars.com
as a way of staying on top of what the current political stories are and how they are being discussed. What I don't like is the editorializing. It's not that I disagree with all their takes, I just find that the way they push their agenda distracts from what I am trying to get from the site. Is there another blog that can keep me up to date with the current television news cycle that is a bit more unbiased? Specifically one that includes video clips of the pundit discussions?
Customizable newswire-type site with RSS feeds? [more inside]
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Best/accurate/easy to access sources of Central & Eastern Europe and Middle East / Africa (CEEMEA) news? Global newspapers or local? Which are best? [more inside]
Exactly what are those "steroids" the baseball players are using? [more inside]
What is a good newsfeed for daily American news at a national level? [more inside]
What format should our videos be if we want news outlets to use them? [more inside]
Let's say that I'm a college student that would like to expand my general knowledge about what's going on in the world, and let's say that I'd like to start subscribing to a weekly news magazine, and let's say that I generally have no knowledge of the differences between news magazines. Which one should I subscribe to, and why? [more inside]
Newspapers and media: the sky is falling, the bowl is being circled. What can we do about it? Your best suggestions please. [more inside]
I need to create a company website. Are there custom news bulletin that can be updated automatically so only industry relevant info are displayed? [more inside]
I love that ESPN's Pardon the Interruption takes only 30 minutes each day to not only cover the biggest sports events of the day, but to also provide some analysis and decent interviews with people in the news. Bonus points, at least for me, on the show's humor and personality. I'd love to find another show that does the same thing with national and world news. Looking for something 30 minutes long (or less, if the front end of some larger thing works), that's smart and quickly paced - NPR's top of the hour update fleshed out a bit and filtered through that PTI sensibility. [more inside]
Major news outlets agreed to keep Prince Harry's deployment to Afghanistan secret for security reasons; Dick Cheney's hunting accident was kept from the media for at least a day... What are other examples of these government & media secret/blackout practices?
I am trying to find a service that will send me an email every time there is a news about a public company. [more inside]
Where can I find no-nonsense, scientific analysis of important issues, practical advice, and forecasts for the future? [more inside]
How are news organizations able to project winners with 0% reporting? [more inside]
I'm trying to find info on cable and broadcast news ratings, but Nielsen will only give me the top 10
programs. Anyone have any idea where I can find a list of news programs by viewership?
How is the meaning
of art and artefacts being altered by the methods we use to: Experience
them... In other words, in what ways have technologies been used to experience, re-define and/or preserve art and artifacts? [more inside]
Where do 35 to 45 year olds hang out on the web? Do social media sites specifically for this age group exist out there? [more inside]
How do I watch tonight's ABCNews/Facebook debate live online? There doesn't seem to be any option on ABCNews.com to do this...?
Online news sources for reading level 5-10. [more inside]
Any sources for real good positive news and information? [more inside]
Does anyone know if there's any good software to turn a mac into a news display kiosk? Nobody will actually interact with the computer -- the contents will dynamically update via the internet (RSS/other). [more inside]
What is the best major to pursue if one has an interest in studying propaganda? [more inside]
Are there any music files that feature quotes from historical social, political, and economic events, much like Kenny G's Auld Lang Syne? [more inside]
I'm gonna try to cut together a little political viral video and would love to get my hands on high quality video of the recent democratic debates. Does anyone know of a source on the net to download full resolution (720x480) quicktimes of the debates, or has anyone out there taped or tivo'ed the debates in the greater Los Angeles area who would let me either copy/borrow what you recorded? Thanks ahead of time for your help.
I can't for the life of me think of this company's name and my GoogleFU is not working. I am looking for a company or service that supplies news to cruise ships. [more inside]
I'm looking for films where the climax of the story takes place during a live, on-camera television interview. The only one I can think of which comes close is "The Insider." Please help! [more inside]
Which news client should I use? Most of the ones I used are slow. Also it seems when I download mp3s, it shoves them all in the same folder- that's pretty annoying as I have to manually sort them. [more inside]
Besides the obvious collateral benefits to producers and consumers of news, what is the logic of using the time and resources of government officials during an emergency to calculate and report the death/injury toll of a natural or man-made disaster? Does this task aid rescue or recovery efforts in any way?
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About a month ago, I began producing a daily one-hour radio show on environmentalism, sustainable living, and the common good. Putting the show every day is a challenge for a variety of reasons, but one of the hardest parts has been trying to find news to report and the experts to make these reports possible. Please help me! [more inside]
Who decides what's news? [more inside]
Tips, tricks and pitfalls for someone writing short news items? [more inside]
Is the Weekly World News satire
, something in between or something else entirely? And how does it compare to or contrast with other similar works of media such as The Onion
I'm looking for independent, but reputable news sources. [more inside]
I have a PSP and would like to download YouTube videos so I can watch them on my commute. This brings up a number of questions... [more inside]
Are there any "smart" true crime community blogs or message boards? [more inside]
From a technical and practical standpoint, how can I set up both of the following in my office building. 1) a news ticker (real, scrolling text) 2) a light that flashes every time an incident is triggered on an attached computer [more inside]
Can anyone recommend a blog/news site with good, insightful information about events and goings-on in Las Vegas?
Difficulty: not a tourist [more inside]
How can I find out what products and services sponsor "The O'Reilly Factor" on Fox? [more inside]
What are some off-beat sources of local news? [more inside]
I want to listen to my custom news/etc. in the morning. Who has a way of turning their RSS text feeds into mp3s? Feeds->RSS Text->Spoken Mp3->PDA/phone/iTunes, as automated as possible? [more inside]
Are there any reliable, timely news alerts for the Seattle area that I can have emailed to me? [more inside]
What does it cost to add the Associated Press, or their Youth Oriented Feeds to a website, does it include videos, and is it worth it? [more inside]
What other business news coverage is similar to NPR's Marketplace? [more inside]
I need new websites from which to get my daily dose of interesting links, articles, pictures etc. [more inside]
What's the best news site to link to for AP articles? Are there any free news sites that permanently archive their wire stories? [more inside]