Saturday, June 23, 2001
News that an original Survivor contestant is suing a CBS executive for trying to sway a tribal council vote brought a collective yawn from the American public. It wasn’t always this way: in the 1950s, the country was astonished to learn that their favorite quiz shows were rigged. Brooke talks ...
Saturday, June 09, 2001
This week, the media looked back at 20 years of AIDS with special reports, issues and interviews. On The Media’s Amy Eddings looks back at how the press has handled - and mishandled -- the disease over the past two decades
Saturday, June 02, 2001
In recent years the FBI has faced increasing criticism over a series of high profile blunders and this week did nothing to improve its image. But despite all the negative coverage, the media has always had a soft spot for the G-Men. Brooke has the story.
Saturday, April 21, 2001
Since he was “discovered” by the super market tabloid “The Weekly World News” in a cave back in 1992, Bat Boy has gone on to bigger and better things. On The Media’s Alicia Zuckerman has the story of Bat Boy’s success on the New York stage.
Saturday, January 27, 2001
Reporters rarely get a second chance to correct the record. But British reporter Peter Pringle did two years ago when the British government decided to reopen the inquiry into Bloody Sunday, the massacre that took place in the city of Derry in Northern Ireland on January 30th, 1972. 29 years ...