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  • AP Looking to Stop Unauthorized Internet Usage?

    04/08/2009 6:26:51 AM PDT · by Mobile Vulgus · 5 replies · 284+ views
    Publius' Forum ^ | 4/08/09 | Warner Todd Huston
    When you visit a blog and read a report taking the Associated Press to task for its continuous leftward bias, are you reading "stolen" AP content, or are you reading legitimate news? Is criticism of AP's work fair use? What is "fair use," anyway? Could the AP sue critics? These questions might be on the AP's radar if a recent report in The New York Times is any indication. AP is attempting to create new policies to govern who uses AP content and where it is used. The APs attention to these issues could have long range impact on blogs...
  • AP's Emotive Language For Gov. Rod Blagojevich

    12/10/2008 7:21:37 AM PST · by Mobile Vulgus · 4 replies · 340+ views
    Publius' Forum ^ | 12/10/08 | Warner Todd Huston
    Evidence in abundance of AP's new "style" of news coverage. Not long ago, the Associated Press informed its writers that they should be more emotive in their writing. Instead of an old newsy just-the-facts style of reporting, then AP was looking to goose it up and add more opinion and emotion to its reporting of the "news." Well, with the story of the arrest of corruption plagued Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich and his connection to Illinois Senator and president in waiting Barack Obama, the emotive words flow fast and furious. This incident serves as an interesting example of the APs...
  • You can't handle the truth ( Seeking Jamil Hussein )

    12/23/2006 7:07:09 PM PST · by george76 · 39 replies · 2,449+ views
    Daily Princetonian ^ | December 14, 2006 | Barry Caro
    The most explosive and far-reaching news story of the year has nothing to do with underage pages and a certain Republican ex-Congressman. This story involves ignition in the streets of Baghdad and six immolations that probably never occurred. While Mark Foley took down a congressional majority, the tale of Jamil Hussein may end up permanently damaging the credibility of the world's premier news gathering source, the Associate Press... The story begins on Nov. 24 when Qais al-Bashir, an Iraqi "stringer" working for the AP, wrote a story in which he alleged that Shiite militiamen avenging earlier attacks burned down four...
  • AP Article on Ken Lay's Death: W Called Him 'Kenny Boy'

    07/05/2006 8:07:22 AM PDT · by governsleastgovernsbest · 22 replies · 1,515+ views
    AP/NewsBusters ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    by Mark Finkelstein July 5, 2006 Merely because someone has just died doesn't mean you can't use the article announcing his death to take a swipe at President Bush. If you're the Associated Press, that is. In this article, published only minutes after Lay's death, the AP somehow found it pertinent , after only three short paragraphs announcing the death, to report that Lay was "nicknamed 'Kenny Boy' by President Bush." The MSM has gotten more mileage than a Prius coasting downhill out of W's 'heck of a job, Brownie' to then-FEMA Director Michael Brown in the wake of Katrina....
  • AP edits Guards story to fit Media spin.

    09/10/2005 7:19:00 AM PDT · by MNJohnnie · 94 replies · 2,297+ views
    Free Republic and Yahoo.new | Now | Me
    Dinasour Media bias in action, here is how the story was posted yesterday by AP. Notice how AP edited out the actual QUOTES that DIRECTLY contradicted their spin lie and had the writer write the story interjected their own interpretation of what was said by the sources. Here is yesterdays AP story. Gen. Steven Blum, chief of the National Guard Bureau, said that "arguably" a day or so of response time was lost due to the absence of the Mississippi National Guard's 155th Infantry Brigade and Louisiana's 256th Infantry Brigade, each with thousands of troops in Iraq. Blum said that...