"Polling shows great support and (public) belief in the way the American press does its job" and claims to the contrary are coming from a "right wing" perception that is promoted by folks like Brent Bozell and the Media Research Center, according to former CBS News correspondent, Professor Murray Fromson, of the USC Annenberg School of Communications.

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The issue of the war in Iraq has pervaded political debate during the 2006 mid-term elections forcing Democrat and Republican candidates to present their positions of supporting or opposing the Bush Administration on the war.

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In a nine minute video blog USC Professor Murray Fromson, formerly with CBS news and AP argues “What’s wrong with the Left?…That’s what I want to know.

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PREVIEW FDN SERIES  ON MEDIA ETHICS   Here’s a short sampling where media ethics are discussed  on  “The News Behind The News”    Appearing in this 8 minute video are: Murray Fromson: CBS Correspondent (ret), Prof. USC School of Journalism, Dave Gascon: LAPD Deputy Chief of Communications Harvey Levin: Attorney/Founder TMZ/CBS Newscaster Brent Bozell: Founder

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According to Brent Bozell, President of the Media Research Center, "all the surveys show overwhelmingly the public believes (a) the media are biased, (b) believes it's a liberal bias and (c) doesn't trust reporters to give the news."

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