“More than two-thirds of the news stories on ABC, NBC and CBS covering the first 100 days of Mr. Bush’s second term were negative, according to an analysis released today by the District-based Center for Media and Public Affairs,” the Washington Times says. “ABC was the most critical — 78 percent of the coverage of the president on ‘ABC World News Tonight’ was negative. On CBS, the coverage was 71 percent negative. The study called NBC ‘more balanced’ at 57 percent negative.”
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