Monday, May 16, 2005

  • Bill Moyers Responds to CPB’s Tomlinson Charges of Liberal Bias: "We Were Getting it Right, But Not Right Wing"

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    In his first public address since leaving PBS six months ago, journalist Bill Moyers responds to charges by Kenneth Tomlinson–the chairman of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting–of liberal bias and revelations that Tomlinson hired a consultant to monitor the political content of Moyers’ PBS show "Now." We spend the hour playing an excerpt of Moyers’ closing address at the National Conference on Media Reform in St. Louis, Missouri. [includes rush transcript]

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