The Bigger Picture

While some US liberals are rejoicing at the findings of this Pew poll that Fox news is seen as the most ideological network,


A larger point may be being missed, therefore I have helpfully added a corrective-

pewchomskyForest, trees, you get the picture. Gotta love the ‘Neither’ answers.

5 Responses to “The Bigger Picture”

  1. ralfast Says:

    Excellent point.

  2. libhomo Says:

    There’s a lot of truth to this graphic, but I would caution people about using it without contextualizing it properly. There are differences between Faux News and other networks that viewers can easily see. If you are going to blog about this to an American audience, it is a good idea to frame the discussion in a way that acknowledges those differences while exploring the underlying corporatist agendas.

  3. RickB Says:

    Well Fox is not a news channel, it simply isn’t, it takes on the appearance of one but is like mistaking Star Trek for a documentary on space exploration. The others are, but they all operate under the propaganda model and are owned by corporations, Olberman, Maddow are better than a smack in the face but they still do not have the open coverage of say Democracy Now. They are all engaged in the pantomime of access which dictates its own narrow range of discourse.

  4. libhomo Says:

    True enough. That’s why some of us call it Faux News.

  5. RickB Says:

    Fox News Fux News!

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