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“Promoted to Headline (H3) on 1/21/09: 'Fix News', Chris Wallace questions if President Obama is our president yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = '\'Fix News\', Chris Wallace questions if President Obama is our president '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: To \'Fix News\ 'my advice to you is this, deal with it, get over it, this is your new reality, time to move on and any other statement you have issued to we the people during these eight long years.”
“FOX News: The Hate America First Network yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'FOX News: The Hate America First Network'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: FOX News\' Roger Ailes likes to brag "We like America" but the network spends an awful lot of time hating it. ”
“General observations: Let's do the small thing first: We've talked before about the differential treatment of bad news about the Yankees on the front pages of the News and the Post; here it's like the Post resisted driving in a final nail, and the Post suffers for it.”
“The Programs department deals takes over putting together the news (works with the News department to use on air), the advertisements (works with the Engineering department, uses footages and visuals and does scanning photos, setting, makeup, etc.) and the commercial programs (works with the Sales department to create advertisements).”
“Promoted to Headline (H3) on 5/5/09: 'Daily Voting News' For May 05, 2009 yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = '\'Daily Voting News\' For May 05, 2009 '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: Congratulations to the Florida activists who succeeded in killing a really bad bill!”
“Michael Langley, assistant news director at News 10 in Sacramento, California, and Twitter columnist for Poynter, affirms that “the quickest way to gut [Twitter's] user base is to charge them.””
“But hey, If you get all your news from TV, News paper, and radio its easy to be brainwashed.”
“Their round-the-clock local news channels, News 12 and New York One, have helped the companies keep some customers in Long Island and New York City from bolting for Verizon.”
“Slightly less good stop press news for Lee Barnes on the Channel 4 News report.”
“And the news agencies ... two of them, the BBC and Channel 4 News are just beyond the pale when it comes to bias.”
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