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Civilized Strangling
Feb 04, 2010
Jon Stewart @ Bill O'Reilly, Round One
The Daily Show host visited his one-time arch nemesis and called him the "skinniest kid at fat camp."
Reacting to allegations that he pushed aside a rescue worker in New Orleans, Fox reporter fires back, accuses Times of "cultural snobbery" and says lawsuit is imminent.
Sep 08, 2005
Geraldo Rivera slams New York Times

Geraldo Rivera, the hyperbolic field reporter with the fluffy mustache, is nursing his wounded pride and considering legal action against the venerable newspaper The New York Times after that paper's television critic Alessandra Stanley quipped about Rivera's reporting from New Orleans. In a story published in the September 5 edition of the Times, Stanley said that Rivera "nudged an Air Force rescue worker out of the way so his camera crew could tape him as he helped lift an older woman in a wheelchair to safety."

Appearing the next day on Bill O'Reilly's Fox News show The O'Reilly Factor, Rivera showed video of the incident that he feels exonerates him.

Rivera then called NY Times reporter Alessandra Stanley the "Jayson Blair of the Style section," referring to disgraced NY Times reporter Jayson Blair. Blair was fired after it came to light that he fabricated sources ...

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Fox News correspondent Tony Snow is chosen as Scott McClellan's successor.
Apr 26, 2006
Bush hires Tony Snow

Fox correspondent Tony Snow has been named the new White House press secretary, it was announced last night. Snow takes the place of outgoing press secretary Scott McClellan.

Snow is the host of The Tony Snow Show on Fox and the former anchor of Fox News Sunday. In recent episodes of his show, Snow has praised President Bush's "brilliant foreign policy" and called antiwar politicians like Rep. John Murtha, a war veteran who called for the US to pull out of Iraq, the "cut and run crowd."

In the past, Snow has been critical of the President's education and Medicare policies. In a column from November, 2005, Snow wrote that "the President has become an embarrassment."

At a press conference this morning, Bush joked that when he asked Snow about the criticism, Snow replied, "You should have heard what I said about the other guy."

Snow began his ...

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News Briefs
Sep 16, 2010
Fox Captures the Latest J.J. Abrams Project
Plus: House's Cuddy has a mom, Steward and O'Reilly rematch, and Toonces the Driving Cat is back!
NBC will no longer beam content on the giant New York landmark.
Oct 11, 2006
News Corp. wins Times Square screen

News Corp. has taken over the programming of a giant screen in Times Square and has started offering news, sports, and other content from across its operations.

News Corp. said it won the screen deal from NBC as of October 1 under a 10-year agreement with One Times Square, with Panasonic of North America serving as a sublessee of the screen.

News Corp. will deliver at least three hours of live programming daily on the Panasonic Astrovision Screen, including an hour each of Fox 5's Good Day New York, as well as Fox News' Fox and Friends and Fox Report With Shepard Smith.

The media giant said it also will deliver live feeds from Fox Sports, including Major League Baseball's League Championships and World Series, the NFL, and NASCAR's Daytona 500.

The remaining programming time on the screen, which operates from 7 p.m. to 2 a ...

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President Bush's speech to be extensively covered by broadcast and cable networks.
Jan 30, 2006
Networks prepare for State of Union

With issues of domestic spying and the war in Iraq keeping Washington abuzz, the networks will devote hours of coverage to President Bush's State of the Union address Tuesday night.

The president is scheduled to speak before a joint session of Congress shortly after 9 p.m. EST. The broadcast networks plan to begin coverage at 9 p.m. and then offer analysis and the Democrats' response from Virginia Governor Tim Kaine. The cable channels will offer extended coverage.

Bush has been devoting more time to making the public case for the war in Iraq, with a number of his speeches carried live on cable channels. It's likely that he'll devote a fair amount of the speech to Iraq and the war on terrorism.

Viewership for the State of the Union speeches has been declining in recent years. Last year's speech--Bush's fourth while in office--was ...

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Network must pay $225,000 and revisit its antidiscrimination policy.
Aug 01, 2006
Fox News settles female employees' suit

Fox News Channel has agreed to pay $225,000 to settle a claim filed against it by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on behalf of four women who had sued the network, charging that they had been in a sexually hostile workplace.

Fox must also revise its antidiscrimination policy and train its managers. The case, filed in Federal District Court in New York in November, involved alleged improper language made by a Fox News advertising and marketing vice president to women in the advertising and promotion office in New York.

News networks Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, and Headline News enjoyed a ratings boost in return for their extensive coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
Sep 28, 2005
News networks get quarterly boost from Katrina

Hurricane Katrina coverage helped boost ratings at the four cable news channels in the third quarter (which ended September 25), with CNN and MSNBC posting their best viewership levels since the Iraq war started in the second quarter of 2003, according to Nielsen Media Research data issued Tuesday.

Fox News, which was already having a standout summer, jumped 31 percent over the year-ago period in total day to 1.2 million viewers and 29 percent in primetime to 2.3 million viewers, Nielsen said.

CNN averaged 693,000 viewers in total day (up 39 percent) and 1.1 million in primetime (up 29 percent). MSNBC averaged 300,000 viewers in total day (up 11 percent) and 471,000 in primetime (up 12 percent).

It was a split decision for MSNBC, which has been suffering under an assault from the newly rejuvenated ...

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