Charlie Reina, a television producer who worked for Fox News Channel for six years, admits that the network gets not-very-subtle hints about which way to slant the news from the head office:
So far, it seems like Salon is the only news outlet to pick up on this story. They have an interview with Reina, who goes into a bit more detail:
Personally, I never trusted Fox News further than I could heft a Buick, and this memo merely confirms what I’d already suspected. But for folks who aren’t as cynical as me, what do you think of this? Is it a mountain being made out of a molehill? Or is Fox now definitely an unreliable source of information?
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