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CMPA Signs Letter To The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee Requesting Reform
CMPA, June 11, 2014

Washington beware- Stephen Colbert’s coming for you
Politico, April 11, 2014

David Letterman announces retirement
Politico, April 3, 2014

The changed politics of late-night tv
Politico, February 21, 2014

Rest Easy, Bill: After 4,000 Clinton Jokes, Leno’s Run Wraps Up
NPR, February 6, 2014

Sweet And Sour: The Media Decided Fructose Was Bad For America; But Science Had Second Thoughts
Forbes, February 6, 2014

Politics, Environmentalism Beating Out Science In Regulating Risk Say Experts
Forbes, December 19, 2013

Results of University Survey point to Ways Regulatory Chemical Analyses Could Improve
Bloomberg BNA, December 9, 2013

Arabic media’s view of President Obama
Politico, September 15, 2013

Comics look to Obama, Democrats for humor
Associated Press, August 5, 2013

Obama is now top late-night target
USA Today, August 5, 2013

Once Again, PolitiFact Struggles to Explain Data Showing They Treat GOP Unfairly
The Weekly Standard, May 31, 2013

How to use fact checkers? Ignore the conclusions
The Washington Post, May 29, 2013

Is PolitiFact biased against Republicans?
Washington Monthly, May 29, 2013

Study Finds Fact Checkers Biased Against Republicans
US News & World Report, May 29, 2013

PolitiFact Says Republicans Lie Three Times More Often Than Democrats, According To New Study
Mediaite, May 29, 2013

Study: Republicans are “the less credible party” 
Salon, May 28, 2013

Scandals drown out Obama’s message on economy
Washington Times, May 14, 2013

Inside the Beltway: The Benghazi Narrative
Washington Times, May 13, 2013

Study: Media accepted Obama version of Benghazi attack
Washington Times, November 2, 2012

Late night talk-show hosts love lampooning Romney
Romenesko, October 31, 2012

Romney the biggest butt of late-night mockery
Washington Times, October 31, 2012

Obama wins ‘interruption debate’
USA Today, October 19, 2012

Obama wins title of debate Interrupter-in-Chief
Los Angeles Times, October 19, 2012

Was Lehrer weak or were Romney, Obama more aggressive in debate?
Los Angeles Times, October 5, 2012

Debate winner: Interruptions
Washington Post, October 5, 2012

Candidates cut off Lehrer 30 times
Politico, Ocotber 5, 2012

Special Report: Political Grapevine
FOX, January 19, 2012

Study: Late Night Jokes Targeted Republicans Over Democrats 3 To 1 In 2011, President Obama The Most
Huffington Post, January 4, 2012

Laughter Kills in the GOP Field
The Atlantic, January 4, 2012

Biggest Winners (Or Losers) in Late Night? GOP Candidates 
Variety, January 3, 2012

GOP field running against the media
The Hill, November 28, 2011

Contenders do late night damage control
Variety, November 17, 2011

The Media’s Contentious Relationship With Presidents
On The Media, October 21, 2011

The Washington Times, August 23, 2011

Diane Sawyer in the No Spin Zone
The O’Reilly Factor, June 2, 2011

Obama’s Media Advantage
The O’Reilly Factor, May 24, 2011

Too much royal wedding media coverage?
By Daniel Holloway, Washington Times, April 29, 2011

Barack Obama says birth certificate drowned out budget proposals in media coverage
PolitiFact, April 28, 2011

Is Donald Trump the first Google trends candidate? 
USA Today, April 21, 2011

Obama’s Speech Bombs
The Daily Beast, April 6, 2011

Nuclear News Meltdown
By S. Robert Lichter,Reason, April 1, 2011

Don’t adjust your dial
By S. Robert Lichter, The Daily, March 21, 2011

Federal funding of public media under fire
USA Today, March 11, 2011

Public Broadcasting on the Firing Line
KTRH Radio, March 7, 2011

Do we live in a culture of violence?
Psychology Today, January 12, 2011

Jon Stewart’s Latest Act: Sept. 11 Responders Bill
NPR, December 26, 2010

A failure to communicate
The Daily Caller, October 29, 2010

Late-Night Comics Happy to Joke About Barack Obama
Associated Press, October 29, 2010

Robert Lichter on Stossel
FOX Business Network, October 28, 2010

Election Study: Evening News Teed Off With Politics
Forbes, October 27, 2010

Networks Diss Dems, Favor Tea Party
The Daily Beast, October 20, 2010

Dr. Robert Lichter on C-SPAN
C-SPAN, October 7, 2010

Media Notes: An International Star
The Washington Post, September 7, 2010

Inside the Beltway: Friends Elsewhere
The Washington Times, September 7, 2010

On the media: Cable and network news contribute to spew criticism about gulf oil spill
The Los Angeles Times, June 18, 2010

Stop The Fearmongering Over Cancer 
Forbes, June 1, 2010

On the media: Obama’s honeymoon with media has degenerated into a troubled marriage 
Los Angeles Times, May 29, 2010

White House All – A – Twitter In Historic Healthcare Vote 
Reuters, March 23, 2010

Media Notes: Jon Stewart’s Obama barbs on ‘The Daily Show’ are creating buzz 
The Washington Post, February 1, 2010

Obama’s honeymoon with media is history 
The Washington Times, January 26, 2010

Honeymoon is History 
The Washington Post, January 25, 2010

What Scientists Really Think About Global Warming 
Forbes, December 19, 2009

At Fox, opinion taints the news 
Los Angeles Times, December 14, 2009

Fox News: Fair and Balanced 
Forbes, November 16, 2009

Another Fine Mess: Comics Whack Obama 
New York Times, October 10, 2009

Obama’s overexposure on healthcare may be exaggerated
Reuters, September 20, 2009

Media Notes by Howard Kurtz – Back to Earth
The Washington Post, September 14, 2009

As White House Briefings Get Hotter, Gibbs and Press Play Game of Piñata
Fox News, September 2, 2009

Media Overstimulation
IBD Editorials, August 13, 2009

Analysis- White House faces questions on healthcare message
Reuters, July 31, 2009

Meditating on the Media
Donald Rieck, Ourblook, July 15, 2009

Swept by confusion: Twitter and the tide of revolution
Trevor Butterworth, Ourblook, July 6, 2009

Marketing ploy backfires on Post
The Washington Times, July 3, 2009

Death video, photos radiate as media, Internet go viral
The Washington Times, June 26, 2009

Palin Gag? Comedy’s All in the Mis-Timing
The Washington Post, June 16, 2009

Sarah Palin: Letterman owes women an apology
The Associated Press, June 12, 2009

Steady As He Goes
The Washington Post, May 29, 2009

Who’s Watching News Scorecards on Obama?
By The Associated Press

The New York Times, May 3, 2009

Obama telecast a TV sacrifice
The Washington Times, April 29, 2009

Boosting Obama
The Washington Post, April 27, 2009

Recession slams blue-collar workers
The Washington Times, March 26, 2009

Obama Does ‘Tonight Show,’ But Did He Strike the Right Tone?
FOX News, March 19, 2009

EDITORIAL: Obama’s reliance on teleprompters
The Washington Times, March 10, 2009

Gibbs Takes Off Gloves to Challenge Reporters, Hosts Who Cross Obama
FOX News, March 4, 2009

Pentagon Rethinks Photo Ban on Coffins Bearing War Dead
The Washington Post, February 17, 2009

Press’s affair with Obama hits bumps
The Washington Times, January 23, 2009

Networks prepare for inauguration
Variety, January 15, 2009

Inside Politics Weekend
The Washington Times, January 4, 2009

Politicians found late-night TV an asset in 2008
MSNBC, December 29, 2008

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Embedded in Iowa
The Washington Post – December 24, 2007

News Unlikely to Fill TV Strike Holes
Associated Press – December 23, 2007

Late-night political satire to return to TV within weeks Candidates free of jabs during writer’s strike
Boston – December 21, 2007

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