Bias: How the Media Distort the News
Mr. Goldberg discusses and answers questions about his book, Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News, published by Regnery… read more
Mr. Goldberg discusses and answers questions about his book, Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News, published by Regnery Publishing. In the book, which grew out of a controversial Wall Street Journal op-ed he wrote in 1996, Mr. Goldberg argues that the “big three” networks' news programs are heavily biased in favor of liberal viewpoints. He alleges that this bias routinely distorts the accuracy of the news coming from these sources. As part of his discussion, Mr. Goldberg talks about the reaction his book has been getting around the world and in this country. close
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