See also WikiLeaks


TL:n artikkeleita— Articles by TL


Rauhan puolesta -lehden tilaama sarja kriittisistä kommentaattoreista:

Journalismi vallankäyttäjien valvojana, 27.6.2014 (Robert Fisk)

Ukraina, Krim ja geopoliittisen pelin vaarat, 10.5.2014 (Diana Johnstone)

Afganistanin sotaa kaunistellaan valheilla, 4.3.2014 (Patrick Cockburn)


Rauhan puolesta -lehden tilaama sarja vaihtoehtoisista internet-sivuista

Maahanmuutto ja ihmisten etninen karsinoiminen, 29.1.2014 (Pandaemonium)

Ilmastorikolliset uhkaavat planeettaamme, 3.11.2013 (

Onko autonomian aikakausi koittamassa? 15.9.2013 (

Yhdysvallat ja Nato ovat uhka maailmanrauhalle, 7.7.2013 (CounterPunch)

Haaveita toisenlaisesta tulevaisuudesta, 12.5.2013 (ZNet)

Valtamedia ja demokratian illuusio, 17.3.2013 (Media Lens)


Mielipiteettömän raportoinnin ongelma, 11.9.2013

Media and the protection of elite power, 14 January 2013

Chomsky's solid center of values, 17 July 2012

The fearless journalism of I.F. Stone, 27 June 2012

Matti Apusen maailmankuva, 21.12.2011

Ulkomaankirjeenvaihtajana 60-luvun Pariisissa, 21.3.2011

Mainstream journalism and doctrinal filters, 31 August 2010

Journalistisia illuusioita, 21.4.2010

Journalism's servility to power, 15 March 2010

Kriisit syvenevät, media torkkuu, 6.1.2010

Latinalaisen Amerikan mediariidat, 6.1.2010

Four pages that shook Washington, 4 August 2009

Gaza Suomen lehdistössä, 22.1.2009

Oikeaoppisuuden uuskieli, 17.12.2008

"Laatujournalismi" ja internet, 14.8.2008

Irakia "rauhoittamassa", 29.5.2008


"Tasapuolisuus" ja todellisuus


Uuden ajan tiedonvälitys


Journalismi ja työelämä


Journalismi mielettömän maailman tulkkina


Journalists in awe of power

23 March 2006

Orwellin, Russellin ja Chomskyn pilkkaajat


Julkunen ja keskustelun taso


Vastaus Julkuselle


Chomsky ja "hämmentynyt lauma" II


Chomsky ja "hämmentynyt lauma" I


Tiedonvälityksen objektiivisuudesta


Journalismi ja "kommunismin uhka"


Mediakritiikkiä internetissä

Journalisti, 1.11.2002

Haastava totuudenpuhuja

Journalisti, 23.8.2002

Journalismi globalisaation puristuksessa
Journalisti, 13/2001

“Sotakirjeenvaihtajat ovat historiansa kriisivaiheessa”

Journalisti, 2000

"Etniset” konfliktit ja uutistyön paineet

Journalisti, 2.9.1999

Julkisen palvelun joukkotiedotukselle haetaan uutta mallia

Sanomalehtimies, 1997

Richard Barbrook: Joukkotiedotusvälineiden vapaus

BBC Finnish Section, 12.3.1996

Informaation palvonta heikentää tiedon laatua

Sanomalehtimies, 1994


Olli Tammilehto:

Toisintoimittajan testamentti


Riitta Liede:

Torroxin vuorten kupeessa

Olé-lehti, 21.7.2005

Kirjoittamista ei voi lopettaa

Journalisti, 18.3.2005

Juhani Ikonen:

Mietteitä objektiivisuudesta



Laura L. Klure

The decline of serious journalism

10 August 2011



See also Wikileaks


Muiden kirjoittajien artikkeleita — Articles by other writers


No Lessons Learned at the NYT by Robert Parry,, 11 July 2014

A Tale Of Two Titans – Jon Snow of C4 News And Jeremy Bowen of BBC News by David Cromwell, Media Lens, 11 July 2014

'Israel under renewed Hamas attack', says the BBC. More balance is needed by Owen Jones, The Guardian, 9 July 2014

Israel's War on Palestinian Journalists by Steven MacMillan, The Palestine Chronicle, 6 July 2014

NYT Dishes More Ukraine Propaganda by Robert Parry,, 6 July 2014

Kremlin's Internet Walls Will Rival China's by Victor Davidoff, The Moscow Times, 6 July 2014

We shouldn't expect Facebook to behave ethically by John Naughton, The Observer, 6 July 2014

Some Deaths Really Matter – The Disproportionate Coverage of Israeli And Palestinian Killings by David Cromwell and David Edwards, Media Lens, 2 July 2014

Facebook can manipulate your mood. It can affect whether you vote. When do we start to worry? by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 30 June 2014

The real enemies of press freedom are in the newsroom by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 30 June 2014

Facebook admits playing with our moods by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 30 June 2014

Journalism today: A choice between market and people by Roberto Savio, Other News, 26 June 2014

The War on Al Jazeera by Binoy Kampmark, CounterPunch, 25 June 2014

Sexists and racists are resorting to online sabotage. But they still won't win by Lola Okolosie and Laurie Penny, The Guardian, 18 June 2014

Blair: Bombing Iraq Better. Again by David Cromwell and David Edwards, Media Lens, 16 June 2014

The Great White 'Nope' - Genevieve Jacobs, Paul Mason and Alain De Botton by David Edwards, Media Lens, 11 June 2014

How Alain de Botton plays safe with the news by Jonathan Cook. The Blog from Nazareth, 11 June 2014

An Assault from Obama's Escalating War on Journalism by Norman Solomon, ZNet, 29 May 2014

NYT's One-Sided Ukraine Narrative by Robert Parry,, 26 May 2014

WPost Seeks US-Patrolled ‘Safe Zone' in Syria by Ray McGovern,, 25 May 2014

Orwellian times for the Orwell Prize by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 22 May 2014

American journalism needs more Edward Snowdens by David Sirota, In These Times, 16 May 2014

Only the powerful will benefit from the 'right to be forgotten' by Mark Stephens, The Guardian, 18 May 2014

Thinking The Right Thoughts by David Cromwell and David Edwards, Media Lens, 15 May 2014

Eeny, Meeny Madness - Beyond Racism by David Edwards, Media Lens, 12 May 2014

There Will Be Tweets: Media Lens and the Death of Friendship by Elliot Murphy, ZNet, 6 May 2014

New media and the changing narrative on Palestine by Victoria Brittain, openDemocracy, 5 May 2014

Another NYT ‘Sort of' Retraction on Ukraine by Robert Parry,, 4 May 2014

Will Ukraine Be NYT's Waterloo? by Robert Parry,, 3 May 2014

How to Keep the Internet Open and Free by Bill Moyers and Michael Winship, Common Dreams, 2 May 2014

Who's the Propagandist: US or RT? by Robert Parry,, 1 May 2014

'Hard Clay' - Remaking Afghanistan In 'Our' Image by David Edwards, Media Lens, 28 April 2014

The Liberal Media: US Imperialism's Biggest Cheerleaders by Ian Sinclair, The Huffington Post, 25 Apreil 2014

Unless Defeated, New FCC Rules Will Put 'Stake in Internet's Heart' by Jon Queally, Common Dreams, 24 April 2014

Guardian: wounding kids ‘proof of mistrust' by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 24 April 2014

Righting historical wrongs is a must, and journalists should play their part by Antony Loewenstein, The Guardian, 23 April 2014

Brazil's 'Internet Bill of Rights' a Victory for Web Freedom by Lauren McCauley, Common Dreams, 23 April 2014

Egypt: the world watches as journalism goes on trial by Mohamed Lotfy, The Guardian, 22 April 2014

Matt Taibbi's New Book Is an Astonishing Study of How the Rich Are Never Punished for Their Crimes by Peter Richardson, AlterNet, 18 April 2014

Pulitzers Awarded At The ‘Taj Majal” of Journalism by Danny Schechter, ZNet, 18 April 2014

Pulitzer Does Not Fully Express Power of Collaborative Snowden Reporting by Jay Rosen, Common Dreams, 14 April 2014

Why We Need Media Critics Who Are Fiercely Independent by Norman Solomon, Common Dreams, 13 April 2014

From Kabul to Cairo, the Killing and Jailing of Journalists Continues by Amy Goodman, Truthdig, 9 April 2014

Seymour Hersh and the spineless nay-sayers by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareh, 8 Apri 2014

Where are the real outsiders in New Media? by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 4 April 2014

The Media's Disinformation Campaign on Ukraine: “There are No neo-Nazis in the Interim Government” by John Ryan, Global Research, 3 April 2014

The Neverending ‘Wakeup Call' by David Cromwell and David Edwards, Media Lens, 2 April 2014

Voting At Gunpoint - The Jaw-Dropping Media Bias On Crimea by David Edwards, Media Lens, 27 March 2014

My reply to Guardian's Shaun Walker by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 26 March 2014

Scotlandshire: BBC Scotland Coverage Of The Independence Referendum by David Cromwell, Media Lens, 24 March 2014

More Guardian ‘brainwashing' on Putin by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 24 March 2014

As Turkey's Erdogan has discovered, you can't turn off Twitter by John Naughton, The Observer, 23 March 2014

WPost's Anti-Putin ‘Group Think' by Robert Parry,, 20 March 2014

The New York Times manufactures ignorance: More half-truths about Ukraine by Patrick L. Smith, Salon, 20 March 2014

Killing Trend - The Cruise Missile Liberals by David Edwards, Media Lens, 19 March 2014

How Big Tobacco's lobbyists get what they want from the media by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 17 March 2014

It's the BBC's rightwing bias that is the threat to democracy and journalism by Owen Jones, The Guardian, 17 March 2014

Web Inventor's Bold Call: Time for 'Online Magna Carta' by Andrea Germanos, Common Dreams, 12 March 2014

An Interview with Bill Moyers by Peter Dreier, The Progressive, March 2014

The ‘Professorial President' And The ‘Small, Strutting Hard Man' by David Cromwell and David Edwards, Media Lens, 10 March 2014

Washington Post "News Article" Slams Obama for Not Bombing Russia by Robert Naiman, Truthout, 4 March 2014

The Washington Post Uses Biased Experts to Promote Propaganda on Venezuela by Murtaza Hussain, The Intercept, 3 March 2014

Is the BBC becoming the UK version of Fox News on global warming? by Dana Nuccitelli, The Guardian, 27 February 2014

BBC impartiality between scientific facts and 'sceptic' fictions by Bob Ward, LSE, 24 February 2014

The Fateful Collision - Floods, Catastrophe And Climate Denial by David Edwards, Media Lens, 24 February 2014

Amazon's history should teach us to beware 'friendly' internet giants by John Naughton, The Observer, 21 February 2014

Letter: Stuart Hall came to the rescue of a BBC Open Space studio debate by Giles Oakley, The Guardian, 21 February 2014

Press freedom groups urge David Cameron to lay off The Guardian by Roy Greenslade, The Guardian, 18 February 2014

Bias Towards Power *Is* Corporate Media ‘Objectivity': Journalism, Floods And Climate Silence by David Cromwell, Media Lens, 17 February 2014

'No Country for Brave Journalists': US Plummets in Press Freedom Rankings by Jon Queally, Common Dreams, 12 February 2014

Turkey's new internet law: policing the online mall by Jussi Parikka and Burak Arikan, openDemocracy, 11 February 2014

Notes from a journalist in the margins by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 10 February 2014

Sharp Left Turn for the Media Reform Movement by Robert W. McChesney, Monthly Review, February 2014

Egyptian editors organise to confront media crisis by Aidan White, openDemocrcy, 5 February 2014

In Spain, Fired for Speaking Out by Pedro J. Ramirez, International New York Times, 5 February 2014

'Not Even Close To Reality' - Filtering Sources On The Syrian War by David Edwards, Media Lens, 4 February 2014

The war on journalists by Sharif Abdel Kouddous, Mada Masr, 1 February 2014

Propaganda: ‘The Dominant Grand Narrative Of Our Time' by David Cromwell, Media Lens, 27 January 2014

Erasing Obama's Record on the Afghan War by Peter Hart, FAIR, 21 January 2014

Ariel Sharon - War Is Peace by David Edwards, Media Lens, 22 January 2014

Tomgram: Engelhardt, The Rise of the Reader,, 21 January 2014

My hero: Martha Gellhorn by Sinéad Morrissey by Sinéad Morrissey, The Guardian, 17 January 2014

Why the Washington Post's New Ties to the CIA Are So Ominous by Norman Solomon, ZNet, 14 January 2014

The Ideology Problem: A Failed Technocratic Deam for Journalism by Robert Jensen, Common Dreams, 14 January 2014

Why Did the US Invade Iraq? The Answer in 2014 by Peter Hart, FAIR, 10 January 2014

Cracking Down on the Press: Turkish Media after Gezi by Beatrice White,, 10 January 2014

La falta de democracia en los medios de información por Vicenç Navarro,, 8 de enero de 2014

David Cameron's internet porn filter is the start of censorship creep by Laurie Penny, The Guardian, 3 January 2014

Happy ‘News Year': Decline of the ‘News' by Danny Schechter,, 1 January 2013

Does journalism have a future? by Nicholas Lemann, The Times Literary Supplement, 18 December 2013

WPost Slips Behind Amazon's Cloud by Norman Solomon,, 18 December 2013

71 journalists killed in 2013 'in connection with their work' by Roy Greenslade, The Guardian, 18 December 2013

An Awkward Silence - Burying The Hersh Revelations Of Obama's Syrian Deceit by David Cromwell, Media Lens, 17 December 2013

Mandela coverage - the urgent need for corporate-free media by John Hilley, Zenpolitics, 16 December 2013

The Media's Hypocritical Oath - Mandela And Economic Apartheid by David Edwards, Media Lens, 13 December 2013

The BBC must declare the interests of its contributors, or lose our trust by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 12 December 2013

The Kremlin's New Chief Propagandist by Georgy Bovt, The Moscow Times, 11 December 2013

Putin Shuts State News Agency RIA Novosti by Gabrielle Tétrault-Farber, The Moscow Times, 10 December 2013

Under the Global Shadow of Big Brother, Journalism Must Light Up the Political Sky by Norman Solomon, ZNet, 5 December 2013

BBC Hard Talk: SOFT on Power, HARD on Real Journalism, Truth Telling and Glenn Greenwald by Joshua Funnell, The Huffington Post, 5 December 2013

"There is a War on Journalism": Jeremy Scahill on NSA Leaks & New Investigative Reporting Venture, Democracy Now! 5 Decenber 2013

Weather—Without Climate by Peter Hart, FAIR, 2 December 2013

BBC intensifies its whitewashing of Israel by Amena Saleem, The Electronic Intifada, 30 November 2013

Not Merely the Finest TV Documentary Series Ever Made by David Deutsch, Nautilus, November 2013

Heard a thinktank on the BBC? You haven't heard the whole story by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 29 November 2013

The Sun on Sunday lied about me last week. Have they learned nothing? by Russell Brand, The Guardian, 29 November 2013

Endless Stalemate: How Fossil Fuel Interests Are Killing Climate Action by David Cromwell, Media Lens, 26 November 2013

Acolytes, Cultists and Clones by Simon Wood, The Daily 99.99998271%, 26 November 2013

Jeremy Scahill: the man exposing the US Dirty War by Stephen Moss, The Guardian, 24 November 2013

Mother Agnes, Syria and free speech by Owen Jones, owenjonesramblings, 20 November 2013

Electrified Thought Fences - Narcissism: Real And Imagined by David Edwards, Media Lens, 20 November 2013

BBC upholds complaint about settler article, Palestine Solidarity Campaign, 19 November 2013

Bowing before the inquisitors on Syria by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 18 November 2013

What's Wrong With Channel 4 News? Part Three by Alison Banville, BSNEWS, 15 November 2013

Corporate power and demand culture - rushing us towards oblivion by John Hilley, Zenpolitics, 13 November 2013

Conspiracy theories? No one does it better than West's elite by Neil Clark, RT, 13 November 2013

Media package conspiracy theories as news by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 13 November 2013

The Battle Over The Future of Journalism is Becoming More Intense by Danny Schechter, ZNet, 10 November 2013

US journalism makes break with market forces by Emily Bell, The Guardian, 3 November 2013

The Rise of Establishment Reporting by John Nichols and Robert W. McChesney, FAIR, 1 November 2013

Jeremy Scahill with Tom Engelhardt, Conversation, 30 October 2013, Vimeo video

Launchpad For A Revolution? Russell Brand, The BBC And Elite Power by David Cromwell, Media Lens, 30 Octobef 2013

Whether it's Facebook or lads' mags, censorship should always be a last resort by Laurie Penny, The Guardian, 26 October 2013

Tomgram: Andrew Bacevich, Bashing "Isolationists" While at War in the World, TomDispatch, 24 October 2013

Laurie Penny Vs. Cybersexism:“Not Letting the Fuckers Win” by Marina Galperina, Animal, 22 October 2013

Journalist Or Activist? Smearing Glenn Greenwald by David Edwards, Media Lens, 22 October 2013

‘BBC presenters have deeply held left-wing political views'. Do they? That's not what the evidence suggests by James Bloodworth, Left Foot Forward, 22 October 2013

Harold Evans and the decline of journalism by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 21 October 2013

No more sources by Paul Lashmar, openDemocracy, 17 October 2013

Why did BBC let Simon Schama make "moral case for Israel" unchallenged? by Amena Saleem, The Electronic Intifada, 11 October 2013

Diary by Patrick Cockburn, London Review of Books, 10 October 2013 issue

The world is not as terrifying as it looks by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 10 October 2013

Structural Inclinations - The Leaning Tower of Propaganda: Chemical Weapons Attacks In Ghouta, Syria by David Edwards, Media Lens, 9 October 2013

The conspiracy against conspiracy theories by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 8 October 2013

Media hypocrisy and why I write by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 8 October 2013

The Arab Spring backlash has killed any hope of a free and fearless press by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 8 October 2013

Why was a BBC interview in Syria doctored? by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 7 October 2013

Why you shouldn't trust journalists by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 6 October 2013

The Daily Mail may not realise, but Marxists are patriots by Priyamvada Gopal, The Guardian, 2 October 2013

How the Daily Mail distorted words from my book to attack Ralph Miliband by Michael Newman, The Guardian, 1 October 2013

Ed Miliband appalled by Mail's refusal to apologise for 'lies' about father by Josh Halliday, The Guardian, 1 October 2013

Ed Miliband pays high price for forcing Daily Mail to carry his right of reply by Roy Greenslade, The Guardian, 1 October 2013

Good to meet the Guardian devotees by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 28 September 2013

Tilting At Easy Targets: Climate Change And The ‘Highly Ideological' Liberal Mindset by David Cromwell, Media Lens, 27 September 2013

Seymour Hersh on Obama, NSA and the 'pathetic' American media by Lisa O'Carroll, The Guardian, 27 September 2013

Seymour Hersh calls US media ‘obsequious' by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 26 September 2013

Seamless path from BBC to JP Morgan by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 27 September 2013

‘Damning Evidence' Becomes ‘No Clear Evidence': Much-Delayed Report On Congenital Birth Defects In Iraq by Editor, Media Lens, 19 September 2013

Propaganda veiled as informed commentary by Jonathan Cook, The Blog from Nazareth, 8 September 2013

Interview: David Cromwell and David Edwards - Media Lens by Joe Sandler Clarke, The Huffington Post, 6 September 2013

BBC editor urged colleagues to downplay Israel's siege of Gaza by Amena Saleem, The Electronic Intifada, 30 August 2013

The death of journalism? Robert McChesney interviewed by Eric Ruder,, 29 August 2013

Massacres That Matter - Part 2 - The Media Response On Egypt, Libya And Syria by David Edwards, Media Lens, 29 August 2013

Attacking Syria: The UK Media and Western Opportunism by The Editors, News Unspun, 28 August 2013

The Guardian of What?: The Media and War Propaganda by Jeremy Salt, The Palestine Chronicle, 28 August 2013

Massacres That Matter - 'Responsibility To Protect' In Egypt, Libya And Syria - Part 1 by Editor, Media Lens, 27 August

Fisk joins the onrushing herd by The Editors, Media Lens Message Board, 26 August 2013

Trolling and equality in the public sphere by Dan Hind, Al Jazeera, 25 August 2013

Patrick Cockburn changes his tune by The Editors, Media Lens Message Board, 25 August 2013

Hard Evidence: How biased is the BBC? by Mike Berry, New Statesman, 23 August 2013

Obama's Sinister Crackdown on the Press by Dave Lindorff, CounterPunch, 20 August 2013

When you're in a Fourth Estate situation by Jay Rosen, Pressthink, 15 August 2013

All Journalism Is 'Advocacy Journalism' by David Edwards, Media Lens, 15 August 2013

Google: don't expect privacy when sending to Gmail by Dominic Rushe, The Guardian, 15 August 2013

John Nichols and Robert McChesney: Progressives Ask for Too Little, Not Too Much in Age of Plutocratic Rule by Mark Karlin, Truthout, 14 August 2013

Our news is dominated by people in expensive suits, shouting at each other by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 12 August 2013

NYT's Greatest Terror Threat Since 9-11 Echoes Iraq WMD Reporting Howard Friel interviewed by Chris Spannos, NYTimes eXaminer, 9 August 2013

Amid Criticism, Support for Media's ‘Watchdog' Role Stands Out, Pew Research Center for the People and the Press, 8 August 2013

The new news: media reform in Croatia by Dan Hind, Al Jazeera, 8 August 2013

Our hysterical media helped create the immigrant 'go home' van by Greg Philo, The Guardian, 8 August 2013

How The Washington Post's New Owner Aided the CIA , Blocked WikiLeaks & Decimated the Book Industry, Democracy Now! 7 August 2013

What do you do the day after a death threat? by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 7 August 2013

Why does the BBC plead ignorance on Palestine? by Amena Saleem, The Electronic Intifada, 6 August 2013

The more nefarious US foreign policy, the more it relies on media complicity by Mark Weisbrot, The Guardian, 5 August 2013

Caroline Criado-Perez: 'Twitter has enabled people to behave in a way they wouldn't face to face' by Simon Hattenstone, The Guardian, 4 August 2013

Special report: How my father's face turned up in Robert Capa's lost suitcase by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 4 August 2013

Manning Verdict Risks Freedom of the Press by Kevin Zeese, CounterPunch, 1 August 2013

The Bradley Manning verdict is still bad news for the press by Dan Gillmore, The Guardian, 30 July 2013

Greece silences the media by John Wiltshire, Le Monde diplomatique - English edition, 29 July 2013

Jonathan Cook on the Guardian and Palestinian refugees, Media Lens Message Board, 29 July 2013

My sacking is an attack not just on journalism, but on Turkish democracy by Yavuz Baydar, The Guardian, 29 July 2013

Robert McChesney on the Wicked Wild West of the Corporate News Media by Jesse Phillippe, ZNet, 25 July 2013

A Victory for Press Freedom Happens In Spite of Obama by Jason Ditz, The Huffington Post, 25 July 2013 Under Surveillance by Kelley Vlahos, The American Conservative, 25 July 2013

Obama's Escalating War on Freedom of the Press by Norman Solomon, Common Dreams, 22 July 2013

The Guardian and Edward Snowden by Robert Stevens, World Socialist Web Site, 22 July 2013

On the Death of Helen Thomas by Lawrence Davidson,, 22 July 2013

Ecuador: Media lies about Correa's free-speech record by Christian Tym, Green Left Weekly, 21 July 2013

Only change at the top can mend the BBC's ills by Yasmin Alibhai Brown, The Independent, 21 July 2013

The BBC Is Colluding In The Government's Attack On Benefit Claimants by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 20 July 2013

An Open Letter to the Media on the 'Irony' of Snowden's Request for Asylum in Venezuela and Ecuador by Latin America Experts, Common Dreams, 18 July 2013

Hedges: Journalism Should Be About Truth, Not Career by Paul Jay, The Real News, 18 July 2013 (video)

“We Won't Surrender”, Journalists Protest Police Brutality In Turkey,, 14 July 2013

The incredible story of Greece's ‘most wanted' journalist by Ingeborg Beugel,, 13 July 2013

The Other Elephant in the Room: Funding public interest news by Justin Schlosberg, New Left Project, 9 July 2013

Zenpolitics: Observer/Guardian - once more with feeling for Blair by John Hilley, Zenpolitics, 9 July 2013

The Rupert Murdoch tapes – what we have learned by Richard Seymour, The Guardian, 4 July 2013

Who Is An Objective Journalist? by Ann Robertson and Bill Leumer, NYTimes eXaminer, 3 July 2013

Why the Western Media Are Getting Egypt Wrong by Khaled Shaalan, Mada Masr, 2 July 2013

Notes from the Editors, Monthly Review, July-August 2013

The Cultural Apparatus of Monopoly Capital by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney, Monthly Review, 1 July 2013

The Cultural Apparatus of Monopoly Capital by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney, Monthly Review, July-August 2013

Foreign media portrayals of the conflict in Syria are dangerously inaccurate by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 30 June 2013

Obama's Dirty War on Journalism by David Sirota, In These Times, 28 June 2013

Snowden, Surveillance And The Secret State by David Cromwell and David Edards, Media Lens, 28 June 2013

The Guardian's Rory Carroll gets to work on Ecuador by Joe Emersberger, ZBlogs, 28 June 2013

Hey, MSM: All Journalism is Advocacy Journalism by Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone, 27 June 2013

US ‘Semi-Official' News Agencies by Jeff Cohen,, 26 June 2013

Tomgram: Rebecca Solnit, How to Act Like a Billionaire,, 25 June 2013

Dirty Wars author Jeremy Scahill: is journalism being criminalised? – video interview, The Guardian, 25 June 2013

Washington Post Puzzled by Strange New Category of Opinionated Journalist, Despite Employing Many of Them by Matt Welch,, 24 June 2013

Bad News From Israel, Glasgow Media Group, no date

'A Political Ploy'? The Guardian Editors Swallow US Claims On Syrian WMD by David Edwards, Media Lens, 18 June 2013

Syrian Conflict: Biases on International Involvement in the UK Media by The Editors, News Unspun, 17 June 2013

Debating a BBC journalist about ComRes poll on Iraq War deaths by Joe Emersberger, ZBlogs, 14 June 20013

The BBC's Jim Muir compares the Iraqi and Syrian death tolls by Chris Newman, Media Lens Message Board, 13 June 2013

'Limited But Persuasive' Evidence - Syria, Sarin, Libya, Lies by David Edwards, Media Lens, 13 June 2013

'Everyone Is Afraid': Erdogan Regime Cows Embattled Media by Michael Sontheimer, Spiegel Online, 12 June 2013

The loss of ERT, the 'Greek BBC', is a cultural calamity by Costas Douzinas, The Guardian, 12 June 2013

A night at occupied ERT. A night to remember. A night that friends at the BBC, ABC, CBC ought to note by Yanis Varoufakis,, 12 June 2013

ERT (Greek state tv-radio) is dead: A blacklisted person's lament by Yanis Varoufakis,, 11 June 2013

Pseudo-Experts Fuel Popular Ignorance by Boris Kagarlitsky, The Moscow Times, 10 June 2013

An interview with Media Lens by Raphael Sheridan, Redbrick, June 2013

‘The Planet Can't Keep Doing Us A Favour' by David Cromwell, Media Lens, 29 May 2013

In Idle No More, New Media Spreads Old Wisdom About Social Change That Lasts by Kristin Moe, YES! 23 May 2013

Does Woodward Know Watergate? by Robert Parry, Consortiumnews, 20 May 2013

Al Jazeera management orders Joseph Massad article pulled in act of pro-Israel censorship by Ali Abunimah, The Electronic Intifada, 19 May 2013

Unsubscribe: Threat of 'Koch Hate' Spawns 'People's Takeover' by Lauren McCauley, Common Dreams, 17 May 2013

The Left vs. the Liberal Media by Neil Clark, The American Conservative, 15 May 2013

Chris Hedges: Monitoring of AP Phones a "Terrifying" Step in State Assault on Press Freedom, Democracy Now! 15 May 2013

Noam Chomsky & Scholars Ask NYT Public Editor to Investigate Bias on Venezuela & Honduras, NYTimes eXaminer, 14 May 2013

Zuckerberg Gets an Earful After Promoting Keystone XL by David Swanson, CounterPunch, 14 May 2013

The West's Syria 'conundrum' - BBC's problem-posing deception by John Hilley, Zenpolitics, 13 May 2013

'You Say What You Like, Because They Like What You Say' by David Cromwell, Media Lens, 13 May 2013

Social Networking for a Better World by Sam Ross-Brown, Utne, 11 May 2013

BBC airs Israeli "Independence Day" propaganda presented as documentary by Amena Saleem, The Electronic Intifada, 10 May 2013

"Apocalyptic Journalism" and Why We Need Reporters to Face the Reality of Our Crumbling Society by Robert Jensen, AlterNet, 8 May 2013

'This Madman Must Be Stopped' - Syrian Chemical Weapons by David Edwards, Media Lens, 8 May 2013

UK Media Helps Pave Road to War on Syria by The Editors, News Unspun, 8 May 2013

Review prompted by Savile scandal reveals 'strong undercurrent of fear' at BBC by Dominic Ponsford, Press Gazette, 2 May 2013

The death of More magazine is a price worth paying for a better media by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 1 May 2013

The sorry state of the Irish media by Padraig Reidy, openDemocracy, 30 April 2013

Voices In Danger: Journalism in the line of fire by Evgeny Lebedev, The Independent, 29 April 2013

Debating The Global Media—In Kazakhstan by Danny Schechter, ZNet, 29 April 2013

Question to International press: How many dead Venezuelans equal one arrested US citizen? by Joe Emersberger, ZBlogs, 27 April 2013

BBC cancels Jerusalem documentary citing "editorial" misfit by The Commentator, 26 April 2013

Tomgram: Todd Gitlin, The Tinsel Age of Journalism,, 25 April 2013

Could Prove Useful to Israel': Media Support for Western Arms Deals by The Editors, News Unspun, 23 April 2013

Apologists for Israel take top posts at BBC by Amena Saleem, The Electronic Intifada, 23 April 2013

‘The Stupidest And Most Extreme Section Of The British Left' by Editor, Media Lens, 23 April 2013

What's Wrong With Channel 4 News? by Alison Banville, BSNEWS, 19 April 2013

Thatcher's Tyrants - The Tanks, The Guns, The Christmas Cards by David Edward, Media Lens, 18 April 2013

North Korea: Why the media needs a sausage maker in Seoul by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 14 April 2013

One question, two channels: Channel 4 and ITV tackle climate change and the UK's cold winters by Roz Pidcock, Carbon Brief, 11 April 2013

Columnists now are like street performers – collecting coins in a hat and dodging angry racists by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 10 April 2013

The Madness of NYT's Tom Friedman by Robert Parry,, 10 April 2013

Syriza Joins FaceLeft - Who is Next? by Z Communications, ZNet, 10 April 2013

BBC defends false claims linking Rachel Corrie to killings of Israeli soldiers by Amena Saleem, The Electronic Intifada, 3 April 2013

NYT's Lopsided Coverage of the Korean Conflict by Michael McGehee, NYTimes eXaminer, 2 April 2013

The BBC and Iraq Ten Years On by David McQueen, New Left Project, 2 April 2013

Why everyone should register a domain name by Dan Gillmor, The Guardian, 28 March 2013

Digital Grab: Corporate Power Has Seized the Internet by Norman Solomon, Common Dreams, 28 March 2013

The Day That TV News Died by Chris Hedges, Truthdig, 24 March 2013

Glenn Greenwald's second reader Q&A: the highlights, The Guardian, 22 March 2013

The persecution of Barrett Brown - and how to fight it by Glenn Greenwald, The Guardian, 21 March 2013

Pentagon Papers lawyer on Obama, secrecy and press freedoms: 'worse than Nixon' by Glenn Greenwald, The Guardian, 19 March 2013

The Iraq War Was Not A Media Failure by David Edwards, Media Lens, 18 March 2013

The View From Somewhere by Laurie Penny, Jacobin, 13 March 2013

Death Of A Bogeyman - The Corporate Media Bury Hugo Chávez by David Edwards, Media Lens, 13 March 2013

The NYT and Obama officials collaborate to prosecute Awlaki after he's executed by Glenn Greenwald, The Guardian, 11 March 2013

Death of a 'dictator': Chavez and the media, Al Jazeera, 8 March 2013 (video)

The British Press on the Death of Chávez by Josh Watts, New Left Project, 8 March 2013

The BBC's 'Bogeyman' Narrative on Hugo Chavez by The Editors, News Unspun, 7 March 2013

Chavez and left-liberal media - not so independent journalism by John Hilley, Zenpolitics, 7 March 2013

In Death as in Life, Chávez Target of Media Scorn, FAIR, 6 March 2013

Down The Barrel Of A Gun by David Cromwell, Media Lens, 5 March 2013

Ten Years Ago, the Truth About Iraqi WMDs Was Published–and Ignored by Peter Hart, FAIR, 4 March 2013

Blair's smooth talk, Wark's lame talk by John Hilley, Zenpolitics, 28 February 2013

'The Special One' - Part 2: Looking Under The Lamppost by David Edwards, Media Lens, 26 February 2013

Murdoch's Politics: How One Man's Thirst for Wealth and Power Shapes Our World by David McKnight - a review by Andy Beckett, The Guardian, 20 February 2013

Post-Modernist Red-Baiting by Louis Proyect, CounterPunch, 15 February 2013

US Among World Government's Repressing Journalistic Freedoms by Jon Queally, Common Dreams, 14 February 2013

Jonathan Cook responds to Andrew Buncombe, Media Lens Message Board, 13 February 2013

Forever Groundhog Day For Climate? A Tale Of Ice, Smokescreens And Rebellion by David Cromwell, Media Lens, 12 February 2013

The Media Is the Message by Masha Gessen, International Herald Tribune, 11 February 2013

Jousting With Toothpicks - The Case For Challenging Corporate Journalism by David Edwards, Media Lens, 7 February 2013

Legitimising Violence in Reporting on International Conflict by The Editors, News Unspun, 4 February 2013

Acquiescence and Sycophancy as David Cameron Tours North Africa by The Editors, News Unspun, 4 February 2013

BBC acknowledges that Palestinian citizens of Israel are not guaranteed equality by law by Ben White, The Electronic Intifada, 3 February 2013

FAIR REPORT: 13th Annual Fear & Favor Review by Janine Jackson, FAIR, 1 February 2013

Cartoon Politics: Rupert Murdoch, The Pro-Israel Lobby And Israel's Crimes by David Cromwell, Media Lens, 31 January 2013

Media hate fest for Venezuela keeps on keepin' on by Mark Weisbrot, Al Jazeera, 30 January 2013

South America: A Panorama of Media Democratization by Alexandra Hall, NACLA, 28 January 2013

Why Graph Search Could Be Facebook's Largest Privacy Invasion Ever by Ari Melber, The Nation, 28 January 2013

Is this the most controversial book of the 21st century? by Sally Churchward, Daily Echo, 28 January 2013

NYT Editors Whitewash Role of U.S. in Syrian Violence and Refugee Crisis by Jeremy R. Hammond, Foreign Policy Journal, 28 January 2013

Take Back The Net: it's time to end the culture of online misogyny by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 27 January 2013

If you want the truth during a war, don't ask a pundit by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 27 January 2013

Eyes Like Blank Discs – The Guardian's Steven Poole On George Orwell's Politics And The English Language by David Edwards, Media Lens, 24 January 2013

Spain's Rebellion Moves to Print by Michael Levitin, Truthout, 24 January 2013

Hacktivism: Civil Disobedience or Cyber Crime? by Christie Thompson, Propublica, 18 January 2013

Christopher Hitchens: from socialist to neocon by Richard Seymour, The Guardian, 18 January 2013

How the media let Israel get away with murder by Charlotte Silver, The Electronic Intifada, 17 January 2013

This was our Watergate but the political establishment is being allowed to get away with it by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 17 January 2013

Death Of A Hero: The General, The Media Adulation And The Forgotten Victims by David Cromwell, Media Lens, 14 January 2013

The inspiring heroism of Aaron Swartz by Glenn Greenwald, The Guardian, 12 January 2013

BBC's cruel excuses for ignoring Palestinian hunger strikes by Amena Saleem, The Electronic Intifada, 10 January 2013

The NYT Skewers Venezuela, Again by Mark Weisbrot, Counterpunch, 10 January 2013

France's censorship demands to Twitter are more dangerous than 'hate speech' by Glenn Greenwald, The Guardian, 2 January 2013


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