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Fox News PR May Play Too Rough

Jul 7, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Days after photographs of a New York Times editor and reporter were altered and televised by Fox News Channel, the paper published a column on the top-rated cable network’s aggressive public-relations tactics. “But it cuts both ways: Fox News’s amazing coup d’etat in the cable news war has very likely been undercovered because the organization is such a handful to deal with,” the Times’ column says. “Fox is so busy playing defense — mentioning it in the same story as CNN can be a high crime — that its business and journalism accomplishments don’t get traction and the cable station never seems to attain the legitimacy it so clearly craves.”

4 Comments

  1. Please tell me TV Week isn’t so blind as to use The New York Times as a source for anything regarding Fox News.
    It’s like asking the DNC for a comment on McCain – hopefully TV Week wouldn’t be so blind as to do that, either.

  2. Or using the New York Post or the Wall Street Journal as a source for anything regarding CNN or MSNBC.
    Or asking the RNC for a comment on Obama.
    Let’s hope TV Week isn’t that blind either.

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