Each network does have programming dedicated to reporting the news.
Yet, you throw a blanket over an entire network due to particular programming that is really commentary.
Fri 1 May, 2009 08:29 am
Why is the news I watch on television more opinions rather than facts? Fox news is one of the most biased news television programs I've ever watched.
Many TV stations mix News broadcasts with Commentary Shows (entertainment). The first thing to do is to differentiate the two things. And if Fox TV bothers you, vote with your clicker and stop watching it.
I think of Bill Oreilly as the Walter Cronkite of modern reportage.
Ouch. I was gonna say "me too" But for Walter's sake, I can't even make myself mutter the words.
Fri 1 May, 2009 10:32 am
Is it me or has dys been taking M&Ms instead of his meds?
Sat 2 May, 2009 12:47 am
First of all, O'Reilly is a political commentator and free to state his own political opinions. His show discusses news, but doesn't pretend to be a newscast.
Secondly, all anyone has done here is throw around unsubstantiated adjectives. Therefore, I'll give my own unsubstantiated opinion - Fox News is no more biased than the other news shows, but is simply biased to the right instead of the left.