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Assange's 'Nut Job' Portrayal Says More About Portrayers

New York Times critic Alessandra Stanley–whose work has been regularly featured in the paper's Corrections box–doesn't think much of WikiLeaks' Julian Assange's new TV show, which debuted on the Russian-backed RT cable channel. Stanley takes her shots–the channel has a … Continue reading ?
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Jack Shafer keeps tabs on Julian Assange's big idea.

Media / Accuracy & Ethics : Slate - Press Box (4 years ago)

"The 1,000 Faces of Julian Assange: Vanity Fair portrays the WikiLeaks founder as a shrewd negotiator and master shape-shifter." Posted Jan. 6, 2011. [more...] Read Post

Jon Stewart Struggles With Julian Assange Portrayal: Hero, Villain Or Sexual Predator?

News : Mediaite (4 years ago)

WIkiLeaks founder Julian Assange is now behind bars in London (for reasons that are still somewhat unclear), and the pundit class is still struggling with how best portray to him in the grossly oversimplified terms that cable news s... Read Post

In Defense of Julian Assange and Russia Today

News : Reason (2 years ago)

Glenn Greenwald at Salon defends Wikileaker Julian Assange's new show on Russia Today from mainstream news and media criticism from the New York Times. Greenwald points out that Times critic Alessandra Stanley sets up Assange for cr... Read Post


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