TV bosses are in the top 20 percent of big corporations in terms of how much more they make than their employees.
On FAIR TV this week: CBS tries to call Edward Snowden a "spy," and Bill Kristol makes his ABC comeback with a bogus defense of New York's stop-and-frisk police searches. Plus: Student loan rates are slashed, say the TV reports. But are they actually…going up? Watch it all this on this week's episode:
The new student loan law lowers rates–and then, almost certainly, raises them in the near future. But hey–at least it's bipartisan.
The media are using the government's warnings about a terror attack to boost NSA surveillance. Plus media get mad about Russia's decision to grant whistleblower Edward Snowden temporary asylum. But what's the U.S. record on extradition? Plus ABC covers the Anthony Weiner campaign–and can't much figure out why it's doing so. Watch it all on this week's FAIR TV:
News outlets have been profiling stay-at-home fathers, who say they love being there for their kids even though it was hard to transition from the workforce to full-time parenting. It's good to see media addressing gender norms, but there was not a lot of diversity among the interviewees in this small sample of articles.