Bill O'Reilly pointed out that if you watched the evening news on CBS or ABC, the controversy about the Paris anti-terror rally was mostly ignored. On CBS, Scott Pelley mentioned it for 17 seconds, while on ABC, anchor David Muir devoted 40 seconds to the subject of President Obama being criticized for not attending.
The massive hacking of Sony Pictures has led to the release of the personal information of about 47,000 Sony staffers and ex-staffers, including A-list celebrities Angelina Jolie, Cameron Diaz and more.
On Media Buzz today, Howie Kurtz and Lauren Ashburn discussed the mainstream media's coverage of the recent celebrity nude photo hacking scandal, which affected Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence, supermodel Kate Upton and many more.
Today on Media Buzz, the panel debated whether the media is simply taking the president to task for a bad year or if they’re overcompensating for soft coverage of the past.
A federal judge ruled last week that the National Security Agency’s collection of phone data is likely unconstitutional and “almost Orwellian.”
Howard Kurtz took a hard look at the media coverage of the government shutdown during today’s Media Buzz.
On the brink of a government shutdown, the media’s attention is on the Washington circus and Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX).
Is the mainstream media turning on President Obama? In light of liberal Time columnist Joe Klein’s referring to Obama’s handling of the Syria crisis as “one of the more stunning and inexplicable displays of presidential incompetence that I’ve ever witnessed,” Howard Kurtz posed the question to his panel of experts.
After the first shots were fired at the Washington Navy Yard, news organizations made a series of mistakes, including wrongly identifying the shooter. Did the media botch coverage of the story?
Analysts discuss whether MTV or the media is to blame for growing interest in Miley Cyrus.