Media

Law Enforcement Primary category in which blog post is published

NBA Partner AT&T is No Friend of Black Lives Matter

Through donations to police foundations and partnerships with law enforcement groups, AT&T helps the police further militarize and execute the War on Drugs.

How To Make Campaign Ads Less Terrible

A permanent, publicly-accessible archive of all campaign ads would make it easier to hold politicians accountable for what they say

Opinion
Media Primary category in which blog post is published

The D.C. Media Blob and the Trade Group Speaking Circuit

Anchors, commentators, and contributors at the top news organizations will be featured—and highly paid—speakers at major industry conferences this spring.

Media Primary category in which blog post is published

MSNBC’s Owners Shower Biden With Campaign Cash

94% of Comcast executives’ and vice presidents’ contributions to Democratic presidential candidates have gone to Joe Biden, a Sludge review of FEC records finds.

Media Primary category in which blog post is published

WaPo Runs Pro-War Column Without Disclosing Author’s Raytheon Board Seat

For author Stephen Hadley, a heightened risk of war could mean big profits, though this is not noted anywhere in his piece.

2020 Primary category in which blog post is published

Former Biden Chief of Staff is Fox News’ Top Lobbyist

A former key Biden official began lobbying for the rightwing news channel in July, a recent filing shows.

2020 Primary category in which blog post is published

Obama Fundraisers-Turned-Ambassadors Are Back to Make It Rain for Biden

They were rewarded for their donations to Obama. Now they’re lining up to raise money for Biden.

Hate Primary category in which blog post is published

Charles Koch Continues to Bankroll the Tucker Carlson-Founded Daily Caller

Two of Charles Koch’s foundations gave the Daily Caller News Foundation nearly $1 million in 2017, close to 40 percent of its annual revenue.

To Fix A Broken Press, Warren’s Plans For Big Tech Will Need To Do Much More

Saving a broken press from monopolies run amok is going to take more than just generalities.

Opinion