Tag Archives: Reuters

Reading Reuters Between the Lines: Why the US Puppet President of Venezuela Is Toast

While not consulting anyone associated with the elected government of Venezuela, Reuters gives full voice to an anonymous “US administration” official as is the practice of the corporate media.

Five Years On, the WikiLeaks ‘Collateral Murder’ Video Matters More than Ever

So, as Collateral Murder turns five, rather than looking at the video as a curiosity from a bygone conflict, we should watch it again and consider how the film continues to speak to us about the state of contemporary geo-politics, journalism and whistleblowing. By Christian Christensen  Common Dreams  April 4, 2015 A still image from “Collateral Murder.” […]

Bloggers To Receive Same Freedom of Speech Protection As Journalists, Court Rules

Reuters  |  By Dan Levine  Posted: 01/17/2014 2:50 pm EST  |  Updated: 01/17/2014 4:50 pm EST  HuffingtonPost SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 17 (Reuters) – A blogger is entitled to the same free speech protections as a traditional journalist and cannot be liable for defamation unless she acted negligently, a federal appeals court ruled on Friday.Crystal Cox lost a defamation trial in […]

FAIR> May Day Media

May Day Media Posted on 05/02/2012 by Peter Hart   FAIR With Occupy Wall Street making its May Day comeback, what did the corporate media have to say? Take a look at the New York Times story (5/2/12), which was stuffed in the Metro section and focused on… well, take a look at the headline: About half of the article is […]

Which Side Are We On? NYT, U.S and Cluster Bombs

Which Side Are We On? NYT, U.S and Cluster Bombs Peter Hart     11/28/2011     FAIR International efforts to ban cluster bombs fell apart late last week. If you were reading about this in the New York Times, you might have been led to believe that the United States was pushing to get rid of the weapons–instead of […]