FreePress.net Follows Up on Pentagon Propaganda Story....
Why Big Media Is Mum About Its Propaganda Habit
Big surprise -- the American people are taking it upon themselves to stop pro-war propaganda in the news, and the corporate media aren't reporting on it.White House Blacklist Breakthrough: Online Media Team Up for Free Press Victory
White House Press Secretary Dana Perino [a talking haircut if ever there was one -- Doug] finally called on a blogger who she had blacklisted, but cut the press conference short when he asked about the Pentagon pundit scandal.
Shameful Days: Why Won't the Media Pursue the Pentagon Propaganda Scandal?
It only stands to reason that a story as explosive as the Pentagon military analyst payola story would quickly become the subject of extensive follow-ups by TV and print journalists, and endless debate on the political talk shows, right? Wrong.
Putting the Pentagon Pundits on Pause
The Pentagon pundit controversy has become a scandal for the Defense Department, prompting officials to scrap the program for now. But the controversy would likely have been far more significant were it not for a near-media blackout.
TV Networks Remain Mum on NYT Pentagon-Media Propaganda Story -- Critics Keep Firing
The New York Times about retired military officers with ties to defense contractors being used a TV commentators has sparked a serious backlash among many journalists -- but the TV networks remain silent.