RE: US Tragedy

From: Scott Chase (
Date: Fri Sep 21 2001 - 06:48:33 BST

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    >From: Vincent Campbell <>
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    >Subject: RE: US Tragedy
    >Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2001 15:57:21 +0100
    > Hi everyone,
    > Here's a piece of commentary on the British media coverage of the
    >tragedy, that's worth a read.
    > Indeed, the Guardian's media pages are very much worth reading
    I'm glad I have access to BBC America. Last night BBC America and the
    Discovery Channel networks had a good collaborative in depth report starring
    Forrest Sawyer called "Behind the Terror" (IIRC) which focused on bin
    Laden's emergence with details I'm not seeing discussed a lot over here.

    Over here we have "FoxNews" which I used to like at first, but it has become
    a highly right wing slanted network IMO. If anybody has seen that early
    morning "memefest" called "Fox and Friends" they might concur. Anybody into
    media studies should take a close look at that show and the subtle (or not
    so subtle?) spin.

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