Fox News Wants Fox News Bias Examples?

More Fox News bias involving Bill O’Reilly at www.youtube.com 140+ MORE examples of Fox News Bias at www.youtube.com Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly reacted to “Fox Lies” protests at recent union demonstrations in Wisconsin as well as in front of the Fox News studio in New York not with any introspection but, instead, by blaming a left wing conspiracy, making me think “The O’Reilly Factor” may need reminding about all the evidence of Fox News bias, as I show in this video. The clip I use of the “Fox Lies!” protest at a Madison, Wisconsin union demonstration comes from the February 18, 2011, broadcast of Fox News’ “Your World With Neil Cavuto,” a longer segment of which is available on the Talking Points Memo YouTube channel (tpmtv) at www.youtube.com The clips I use of Bill O’Reilly, Jesse Watters, and the “Fox Lies!” protesters outside the Fox News studio in New York come from the February 23, 2011, broadcast of Fox News’ “the O’Reilly Factor,” a longer segment of which is available online at video.foxnews.com The image I use of the Think Progress report on Jesse Watters harassment of Amanda Terkel comes from the page at thinkprogress.org The image I use of the Think Progress report on Ben Armbruster’s reverse-ambush interview of Jesse Watters comes from the page at thinkprogress.org The image I use of my own YouTube video titled “Bill O’Reilly Lies to Bill Maher on Fox News Misreporting Cost of Obama Trip to India?” comes from the YouTube video player page at www.youtube.com

Fox News Wants Fox News Bias Examples?

More Fox News bias involving Bill O’Reilly at www.youtube.com 140+ MORE examples of Fox News Bias at www.youtube.com Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly reacted to “Fox Lies” protests at recent union demonstrations in Wisconsin as well as in front of the Fox News studio in New York not with any introspection but, instead, by blaming a left wing conspiracy, making me think “The O’Reilly Factor” may need reminding about all the evidence of Fox News bias, as I show in this video. The clip I use of the “Fox Lies!” protest at a Madison, Wisconsin union demonstration comes from the February 18, 2011, broadcast of Fox News’ “Your World With Neil Cavuto,” a longer segment of which is available on the Talking Points Memo YouTube channel (tpmtv) at www.youtube.com The clips I use of Bill O’Reilly, Jesse Watters, and the “Fox Lies!” protesters outside the Fox News studio in New York come from the February 23, 2011, broadcast of Fox News’ “the O’Reilly Factor,” a longer segment of which is available online at video.foxnews.com The image I use of the Think Progress report on Jesse Watters harassment of Amanda Terkel comes from the page at thinkprogress.org The image I use of the Think Progress report on Ben Armbruster’s reverse-ambush interview of Jesse Watters comes from the page at thinkprogress.org The image I use of my own YouTube video titled “Bill O’Reilly Lies to Bill Maher on Fox News Misreporting Cost of Obama Trip to India?” comes from the YouTube video player page at www.youtube.com
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What are some good examples of the blurring line between journalism and advertising?

Question by Alex Rogers: What are some good examples of the blurring line between journalism and advertising?
An example would be a news show producing a paid advertisement that looks and feels like an editorial.

Best answer:

Answer by lmmvirago
Another would be advertisements in paper magazines that are written to look like articles. These often appear in computer magazines (PC Mag, PC Gamer, etc) and have the word ‘advertisement’ in tiny print.

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