A new Gallup Poll finds that confidence in the press has reached its all-time low, with only four in ten Americans saying they have a “great deal” or “fair amount” of trust in newspapers, TV and radio reportage.
Following its addition of “Thursday Night Football,” CBS is shaking things up this upcoming fall with a multi-phase rollout.
It’s only a matter of time before we get him/them, dead or alive. Until it happens, I’m reluctant to draw any conclusions. Save one.
It may not seem all that significant in the grand scheme of things that have happened this week, but there’s been a breakdown of communication between the news media and law enforcement that deserves a mention.
One more search; the Republican Party search for someone who can explain to the party, the new realities of American voters. I’ve been struggling with it for a couple of weeks now, wondering how a Chicago community organizer who became President of the United States
A severe high tide could rival that of Hurricane Bob back in 1991, and could be the most serious and severe blow from Hurricane Sandy when all is said and done.
Many people have apparently come to believe that the news media is there to carry their water, and they are upset when we fail to do so.
I’d be a wealthy man if I had five bucks for every time I’ve heard this complaint about the media.
Full disclosure…….I’m not a huge fan of Juan Williams, though I do respect him. I’m sure he was perfect as a NPR journalist and he did seem a bit like a fish out of […]
Yes, I know….they”re all safely back on this side of the grass and not hundreds of feet below the surface in a living Hell on (in) earth, but the word “safely” is the operative […]