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Tuesday, March 15, 2005

What Liberal Media?

Study: Press Went Easy on Kerry

NewsMax

A Columbia School of Journalism study released Monday found that the media took it easy on Sen. John Kerry throughout the 2004 presidential campaign, with coverage of President Bush coming out three times more negative.

The school's Project for Excellence in Journalism found that 36 percent of reports on Bush painted him in an unfavorable light, while only 12 percent did the same to Kerry - according to Reuters.

The Massachusetts liberal also benefited more from positive coverage, garnering 50 percent more stories rated as favorable than Bush.

The Project for Excellence in Journalism monitored 16 newspapers across the country, four nightly newscasts, three network morning news shows, nine cable programs and nine Web sites in 2004.

I'd say you should point this out to the next liberal who says the media isn't bias, but they like to run from the truth, so I doubt it would make a lick of difference anyway. Kerry had the benefit of getting 50% more positive stories in the news than Bush, a propaganda film by Moore to help him even more, a divisive war that many Americans didn't agree with, dozens of shady 527 groups to spread lies about the President, and he STILL lost. Pretty impressive, or pathetic, whichever way you look at it.


 
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Tuesday, March 15, 2005

What Liberal Media?

Study: Press Went Easy on Kerry

NewsMax

A Columbia School of Journalism study released Monday found that the media took it easy on Sen. John Kerry throughout the 2004 presidential campaign, with coverage of President Bush coming out three times more negative.

The school's Project for Excellence in Journalism found that 36 percent of reports on Bush painted him in an unfavorable light, while only 12 percent did the same to Kerry - according to Reuters.

The Massachusetts liberal also benefited more from positive coverage, garnering 50 percent more stories rated as favorable than Bush.

The Project for Excellence in Journalism monitored 16 newspapers across the country, four nightly newscasts, three network morning news shows, nine cable programs and nine Web sites in 2004.

I'd say you should point this out to the next liberal who says the media isn't bias, but they like to run from the truth, so I doubt it would make a lick of difference anyway. Kerry had the benefit of getting 50% more positive stories in the news than Bush, a propaganda film by Moore to help him even more, a divisive war that many Americans didn't agree with, dozens of shady 527 groups to spread lies about the President, and he STILL lost. Pretty impressive, or pathetic, whichever way you look at it.