Negatives Add Up in Mideast Coverage (washingtonpost.com) Media Notes by Howard Kurtz. In this column, Kurtz quotes the director for the Center for Media and Public Affairs, saying: “The media has an anti-everybody bias…Both sides think the media is biased against them, and they’re both right. You almost never hear justification for anything; you only hear condemnation.” Anti-everybody? Or could the media be biased in favor of something in this case?
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