MEDIA ADVISORY:

Smell Something Rotten?

2010 P.U.-litzer Prizes recognize the worst of U.S. journalism

SOURCE: Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR)
Published orginally on the F.A.I.R. website on Thursday, 30 December 2010

At the end of every year FAIR rounds up some of the stinkiest examples of corporate media malfeasance. This year brought no shortage of contenders; indeed, the hardest part of the P.U.-litzers is narrowing down the list.

Readers who think we missed one can share their nominations at the FAIR Blog (fair.org/blog).

And without further ado....


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This story was published on December 30, 2010.