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marions ghost Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Mar-01-05 09:58 AM
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6. somebody needs to write a definitive analysis
of exactly how spin is done at NPR. It's much more subtle than Fox.
You've got a good handle on it. Your description is exactly how I experience the "tilt" factor with NPR.

"National Republican Radio"--you said it. And it's such a shame because it could be good. I used to listen to NPR as a way to pick up on the news and opinion while doing other things (driving for ex). There's a void there now, but I can't listen to it. They have sold out.

Maybe we should have an NPR watch group like the DU C-Span watch group? Or is it just too far gone, and not worth giving them feedback.
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