File:Talk Nation Radio - 2010-05-25 Jim Naureckas, FAIR, Media Coverage of Richard Blumenthal's Misspeak Evidence of Double Standard for Democrats?.vorb.oga

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English: We discuss media coverage of a five term Attorney General running for Chris Dodd's seat. After a 5-17 story in the NYT, his campaign falters. Was saturation coverage due to a double standard for Democrats versus Republicans? .
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Source http://radio4all.net/index.php/program/43000
Author Dori Smith
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Featured speakers Jim Naureckas, FAIR, clips, Richard Blumenthal, and, World Wrestling Federation, features Linda McMahon upended by wrestler
Language English
Credits Produced by Dori Smith
www.talknationradio.org
talknationradio@gmail.com

Music by Fritz Heede

Clips: World Wrestling Federation

Richard Blumenthal, audiotape from New York Times, and from The Day Newspaper, New London, CT
Ted Mann story

Also mentioned, a 1989 story in the New York Times and Hartford Courant. Dan Quayle in Latin America:

HISTORICAL, Dori Smith: 'How well I remember two things in my own experience at looking into media stories, and following the lead of your group FAIR, in fact, at a workshop on the media at the Hartford Public Library, April 1st, 1989. We were following the Latin America tour of the inimitable Vice President Dan Quayle, and I’ve got the story here, the New York Times headline February 4th was: 'Quayle in San Salvador, Discusses Human Rights'. The author of the piece, Lindsey Gruson, quoted Quayle, saying of the El Salvadorean Government: 'We expect them to work toward the elimination of human rights, the elimination of human rights in accordance with the pursuit of justice'. He left out the word, violations, twice.

The Hartford Courant reported February 4, p A7 that, 'Quayle said that the United States expects the Salvadoran military to work toward the elimination of human rights violations'.

We challenged the paper at an April 1, 1989 workshop on the media at the Hartford Public Library. They responded by in effect saying, 'so what'? and claiming we were making a big deal out of nothing.
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