NBC has not exactly gotten the best press for its coverage of the Trayvon Martin story. The network broadcast an edited version of George Zimmerman's 911 call that left out crucial context, and questions have been raised about Al Sharpton's activism on the case while still working under NBC's corporate umbrella. On his show tonight, Bill O'Reilly contrasted NBC's coverage with ABC's, giving much credit to the latter.
Still facing a criminal trial for his role in the shooting death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman is now suing NBC over the network’s airing of a misleadingly edited version of his 911 call, according to a report in ... Read Post
An anonymous producer for NBC News has been fired by the network for his role in the edited George Zimmerman 911 call from the night of Trayvon Martin’s death. The 911 recording in question was aired March 27 on NBC’s Today show. T... Read Post