Video: Embarrassing Fox News ‘Behind the Breaks’ Segment — Revealing Behind-the-Scenes Attitudes Toward News Corp. Scandal — Exposed by MSNBC

Jul 27, 2011  •  Post A Comment

MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell gave what was probably unwanted publicity to rival Fox News Tuesday night after Fox pulled the plug on its online “Behind the Breaks” segments. The reason, according to O’Donnell, was this potentially embarrassing glimpse at behind-the-scenes attitudes at the network toward the widely publicized scandal involving Fox’s parent company, News Corp., and boss Rupert Murdoch.

Here’s the video, posted by Media Matters:


  1. If MSNBC spent more time covering actual news, instead of trying to stick a knife in the back of their competition, more people might watch them. This back-stabbing segment is a great example of why they have become so irrelevant. They are to be pitied.

  2. If Fox spent any time covering actual news, instead of simply repeating Murdock/Ailes talking points, more people might believe them. This accidentally-honest segment is a great example of why Fox has always been irrelevant. Our country is to be pitied that so many people watch them and believe them.

  3. Anyone who has read my paragraphs before knows I am not a FOX ?News? supporter and definately far from Ailes’s corner.
    I would like to see our GE/NBC news folks address the matter of GE spending billions in China in order to produce xray machinery as they cease to do like work here in the USA. Their big boss sits on the Presidential council to create more jobs for Americans in America…C’mon, Peacock folks, time to get out from under the wing and expose whats hatching in your own nest!
    Peter Bright

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