So the liberal, govt supported mouthpiece of the left is being forced to be more honest in it's reporting? What is the issue?
How many conservatives are on NPR or PBS? I would say if the govt is supporting them then they need to have a balance.
ok, baldimo. How much PBS have you ever
watched? You do not know of what you speak, and that's evident from your suggestion of bias on the network. The Newshour, which I've been watching for a dozen years almost every night of the week NEVER presents one side of a debate...NEVER. Anyone can look at the web site and see who has been on. For any speaker on any issue that might lean partisan or ideological, there is someone from the other side as well. You could go to the site and count the number of American Enterprise Institue speakers they have each week, for example. And on each friday evening, there is a political roundup with a dem supporter and with a repub supporter...presently David Brooks, before him was Paul Gigot now editor of the WSJ. On Bill Moyers show NOW, you could listen to Norquist, Luntz, etc etc. He always
presented a voice from either side and counter-viewpoints.
So I know you haven't been watching PBS, nor has the other fellow. And thus I also know that you guys are intellectually content speaking what you don't really know about. You shouldn't be.