May 30, 2004 - Media Matters

David Brock, media analyst

David Brock, media analyst and author of The Republican Noise Machine: Right-Wing Media and How it Corrupts Democracy.


May 09, 2004 - Media Matters

Jeff Cohen, news analyst

Jeff Cohen, leading news analyst and founder of media watchdog group, Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR).


May 02, 2004 - Media Matters

Robert Jensen, professor

Robert Jensen, professor of journalism at the University of Texas and author of Citizens of the Empire.



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