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JonBenet's overwhelming coverage.
Illustration by Peter Scheer

Enough Already

It’s one thing to report a story, it’s another to obsess over every detail at the expense of real news.  Wall-to-wall coverage of the JonBenet case continues on every major news channel, despite Israel’s violation of the cease-fire, the ruling against wiretapping, and Iran’s missile tests.

Posted on Aug 20, 2006 READ MORE


Molly Ivins: 24/7 Coverage Doesn’t Cover It

The Middle East crisis is a big story, and the media know what to do with a big story: hammer at it nonstop, drench it in fear, report just a little bit of what’s going on and be sure never to let facts get in the way.

Posted on Jul 26, 2006 READ MORE


Oscars Special Coverage
Karen Spector

The Oscars Uncovered

Sheerly Avni picks the brains of smart cinephiles for Truthdig’s special coverage of the Academy Awards.



Vidal on Film
Sheerly Avni-“Gore Vidal on ‘Capote,’ ‘Brokeback Mountain’—and Why ‘Match Point’ Is the Best Picture of 2005”


Worthy, but Not Great
Sheerly Avni-Renowned film critic David Thomson speaks with Avni about this year’s crop of issue-driven movies.


Pity the Fool
Sheerly Avni -Paul Provenza, director of the gleefully obscene “The Aristocrats,” explains why Hollywood doesn’t get the joke.

Posted on Feb 28, 2006 READ MORE


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