Tag Archives: National Public Radio
While of dubious value, it is common practice at NPR to seek perspective on wrongdoing from the wrongdoers themselves.
[Nader] began to notice various citizen groups experiencing difficulty in getting “newstime” or “newsprint” because their subjects…
the wisdom of the CIA’s billion-dollar-a-year fueling of the Syrian conflict is never examined, nor is the decade-and-a-half-long occupation of Afghanistan.
Over a dozen U.S. lawmakers wrote to President Barack Obama expressing “dismay” over the Saudi-led war in Yemen, backed not just by U.S. arms but also U.S. military advisors.
From the article: A new FAIR study finds that NPR commentary is dominated by white men and almost never directly addresses political issues.
This notion that the goal of journalism is to avoid “taking sides” is troubling; that’s how you get reporting that pretends it’s an open question [for example] whether or not humans are raising the temperature of the planet by putting greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. By Jim Naureckas FAIR.org December 12, 2014 National Public Radio, […]
NPR, Lisa Simeone and Biased Opera Reporting 10/20/2011 by Peter Hart FAIR.org There’s quite a controversy brewing over freelance radio host Lisa Simeone for her participation with an activist group occupying a park in Washington, D.C. It’s a worth a look at how this unfolded– especially since it appears to have cost her one […]