From the February 28 edition of SiriusXM's Media Matters Radio: Related: Bill O'Reilly Has His Own Brian Williams Problem Previously: Yes, O'Reilly's Fabrications Are Damaging Fox News Another Fabrication: O'Reilly Never Witnessed The Murder Of Nuns In El Salvador Fox News, Murdoch Papers Fall Silent On O'Reilly Fabrication Questions
Other NBC people were involved from the beginning. In his weekly column David Carr of the New York Times wrote this about NBC’s Brian Williams troubled tale of getting shot at in a helicopter over Iraq in 2003. It’s useful to note that Mr. Williams initially reported the story fundamentally as it had happened — […]
SEE, I’VE NEVER BEEN MUCH OF AN O’REILLY FAN, BUT THIS WHOLE HIT PIECE WAS JUST PAYBACK FOR BRIAN WILLIAMS. AND NOW IT’S FALLING APART: Mediaite: Hugh Hewitt Grills the Hell out of Mother Jones’ David Corn on O’Reilly. The thing is, it was a miss even if the story held up. As I noted […]
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Two weeks after Brian Williams, the NBC anchor for Nightly News was suspended for six months due to inaccurate or misstated reporting, Bill O’Reilly is coming under fire from Mother Jones‘ David Corn that he falsified an account he made of a war zone thirty-three years ago. Show More Summary
Mother Jones writer David Corn appeared to have Bill O’Reilly on the ropes, drawing comparisons to Brian Williams’ fabrications for O’Reilly’s coverage of the Falklands War for CBS in 1982. Then the latest edition of the O’Reilly Factor aired. Show More Summary
The Bill O'Reilly dispute with Mother Jones just keeps getting more intense. For those not up to speed, the magazine's editor David Corn alleged on Thursday that the Fox News host had embellished his experiences as a CBS reporter covering wars in El Salvador and the Falkland Islands.
On Thursday's CNN Tonight, former CNN correspondent Frank Sesno brushed aside David Corn's supposed expose of Bill O'Reilly's claims about his reporting of the Falkland War: "It's not a Brian Williams problem. I don't think it's anywhere...Show More Summary
Over at the mothership, David Corn and Daniel Schulman report that Bill O'Reilly might have a problem with the truth that's surprisingly similar to Brian Williams'. Basically, they both seem to have a habit of exaggerating their war-reporting prowess. Show More Summary
Brian Wilson - The Right Time ft. Al Jardine, David Marks Brian released a clip from his new solo album: No Pier Pressure, today...
I'm sure Billo and Fox News will have an excuse for this, because they would never, ever lie to their viewers. Would they? David Corn at Mother Jones has the story, which should by all rights disqualify Bill-o even with his own fans. After...Show More Summary
YouTube As David Corn and Daniel Schulman report, Bill O'Reilly Has His Own Brian Williams Problem -- and it makes Williams look like a piker when it comes to lying about war zone experiences. Because nobody denies that Williams was actually there in Iraq, but O'Reilly apparently made up entire stories...
The general consensus among media reporters seems to be that if Lester Holt can maintain Brian Williams' first place ratings as temporary anchor of NBC Nightly News, then he will stay in that seat long after Williams' six-month suspension expires. And if his first full week on the job is any indication, Holt may be in trouble.
Like a mini Beach Boys reunion on Wilson's new solo LP.
The Office may be over, but Ingrid Michaelson's latest video reunites a few of the actors - Rainn Wilson, Brian Baumgartner, and David Koechner - as they lip-sync and totally take over her new single, "Time Machine." The Office guysShow More Summary
Mass media has lost some of its great figures due to death, retirement, and old-fashioned scandal, with four larger-than-life figures -- David Carr, Bob Simon, Jon Stewart, and Brian Williams -- all leaving the stage this week. FromShow More Summary
When New York Times writer David Carr died last week, we all lost a unique individual and writer we won't see the likes of for a long time. Why? Because of that word "unique." The Times has tons of writers around the world but not a single one like David Carr. Show More Summary
Everyone agrees that Brian Williams knows how to tell a story, especially talk show hosts such as Ellen DeGeneres and David Letterman who loved having him as a guest. But as he repeatedly basked in applause in his 80 entertainment talk...Show More Summary
Eight years ago, renowned New York Times media critic David Carr spent two years writing a brutally honest memoir -- The Night of the Gun -- in which he sought to investigate, as a reporter might, the events of his own life. One of the...Show More Summary
Last week, the news profession lost three of its leading lights -- Bob Simon and David Carr to sudden and unexpected death and Brian Williams to a six-month suspension. In our shock and sadness we are drawn to ask ourselves some serious...Show More Summary