I was so blissful to see FAIR () take on a impossibly inequitable coverage of a genocide of Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez by a mainstream media.
Check these dual posts on a FAIR blog: “,” and “ “.
The latter flagged a flattering vast divide in a story by AP business contributor Pamela Sampson:
Chavez invested Venezuela’s oil resources into amicable programs including state-run food markets, money advantages for bad families, giveaway health clinics and preparation programs. But those gains were scanty compared with a fantastic construction projects that oil cache spurred in festive Middle Eastern cities, including a world’s tallest building in Dubai and skeleton for branches of a Louvre and Guggenheim museums in Abu Dhabi.
‘Nuff pronounced on that.
But while you’re during it, check out FAIR’s glorious story on gun assault (““). It provides an glorious examination of systematic novel customarily left out of many of a stating on this issue. Good stuff.
ProPublica, a nonprofit inquisitive newsroom, hasa new participatory structure, . It looks like a well-structured set-up for throng sourcing stories. Interesting.