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Sunday, October 13, 2013

Fox News And The Network's Non-news Business Model (VIDEO)

And We Dress it up!
Fox News is Fox News. Despite Fox News leading the nation's cable channels high information voters (people) know the network's business model. We also know the network is a major factor in low information Obama Derangement Syndrome (ODS). Fox promotes lies, incites Right-wing derangement, and serves the prurience of some viewers.

The network actively promoted tea party rallies even as it became obvious the tea party had become infested with very public racist. We have come to expect the network to employ people who attract LIVs (low information voters) for daily feedings of virulent 'red meat.' Red meat often based in lies, deceit and Right-wing propaganda. How many times have you read, heard or watched Fox News busts for manipulated video tape, or using bloggers and satirist as news sources?

Watch a few very short clips.

Anna Kooiman delivers the Muslim Museum lie with Tucker (The Daily Caller) Carlson sitting one foot away.

When a network employs on-air leggy..... I mean employs on-air personalities for the serious business of delivering news, shouldn't we expect competence and the prospect of credible reporting?

When a network employs with a focus on the following images, well......

Female hosts who are well equipped for the Fox News "couch model" is one thing, an inclination to fulfill the role should not be accompanied with an expectation of professional and competence. Fox appears to also understand and leverage the closet truth of men with foot fetishes.  "The network will spare no views."  Fox News producers and stage managers seem to focus more on attracting the 35 to 55 year old morning male vs. research and validating news stories . Whatever maintains the ratings, right?

The images above is a good indication why Fox News often follows with this.

Just met w producers- I made a mistake yday after receiving flawed research abt a museum possibly closing. My apologies. Won't happen again.

Oh, but it will happen again. How could Fox Producers spend time appealing to the prurient fantasies of the mid-life crisis male via allowing on-air bimbos to run roughshod in delivering false news reports?

We are confident it will happen again because such flawed reporting is a by-product of "the on the couch" model. Do you recall E.D Hill's on air derangement about Michelle Obama and Barack Obama's fist-pump (and thumbs-up) after candidate Obama won the Democratic Nomination? 

The after math, but only half the story.

Oh, the phoniness of Fox News
Hill did not include previous comment about seeing the Al Qaeda fist bump on the internet. It seems ED Hill's internet adventure would be repeated by Michelle Bachmann years later as she out-right lied about the scope and expense of President Obama's trip to India. Bachmann's lies were rooted in an India blogger's web page and well reported on Fox News.

I ask, how many of the libido driven men (and women)  sat for the initial Anna Kooiman lie will actually see the Tweeted apology? Actually,  how many of those viewers would view an on-air retraction if one was issued? The low information was delivered and readily soaked up  by LIV/LIPs (low information voters/low information people) like a sponge in the Death Valley Nevada. 

Alas, Fox News does not stand alone in the leggy news model, CNN will not be outdone.

CNN's News Days morning leggy.... I mean new morning co-host provides early charm for their morning viewers. During the course of the following six minute interview I counted 16 shots with full front legginess.

End Fox News and CNN legginess comment. Let's visit with Thom Hartmann for another perspective in Fox News: the court case that granted the network the right to lie. Hartman on Fox
Snopes Messages
"In February 2003, a Florida Court of Appeals unanimously agreed with an assertion by FOX News that there is no rule against distorting or falsifying the news in the United States. 
"Fox" argued that, under the First Amendment, broadcasters have the right to lie or deliberately distort news reports on public airwaves. Fox attorneys did not dispute Akre's claim that they pressured her to broadcast a false story, they simply maintained that it was their right to do so." More about Fox and the 2003 Jane Akre and Steve Wilson case: The Origin Of Fox News’ Blatant Lies

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