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  • Study: CBS, ABC, NBC have a 'War on Easter'

    A three-year study of how network news refers to “Easter” reveals that by a margin of 500-56, reports that mention the word or “Easter season” choose a secular path linking it to candy Peeps, frilly clothes and cocktails over Christ’s resurrection. “Instead of celebrating Christ's...

  • NBC leans forward toward union-busting, NLRB says

    National Labor Relations Board members ruled Monday that NBC Universal, the parent company of the namesake TV network and the cable news channel MSNBC, was illegally refusing to deal with its employees' union, the National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians. It ordered the...

  • 'Saturday Night Live' mocks Obama's attempt to make Obamacare go viral on the Internet

    NBC's "Saturday Night Live" mocked President Obama's incessant push for Obamacare in a skit mocking the White House for trying to get the unpopular health care program to go "totally viral" on the Internet. "Buzzfeed is going to eat this up," a social media expert says, after putting Obama in...

  • Study: ABC/CBS/NBC give Obamacare less than 1 percent of network news airtime

    It's the biggest issue in the midterm elections, and problems with Obamacare are driving Democrats to abandon it to save themselves, but the nation's Big 3 TV networks have devoted less than 1 percent of their airtime to the flawed health care system since Jan. 1, according to a new study. The...

  • Mainstream Media Scream: NBC 'surprised' Obama not on list of greatest leaders

    This week's Mainstream Media Scream features NBC's Today show hosts expressing surprise that Fortune Magazine's new list of the 50 greatest leaders didn't include President Obama.

  • Poll: Bill Clinton is as popular as Pope Francis

    While President Obama is suffering from a new low in his job approval ratings, one former president is enjoying sky-high approval ratings: Bill Clinton. According to a new WSJ/NBC poll, the former president is now tied with Pope Francis with a 55-percent approval rating.

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