Saturday, January 03, 2009

Tell me the Media isn't in the Tank

Obama the Book

A New Book from McClatchy Newspapers

The story of Barack Obama's journey to the presidency. This 144-page, hard-cover, full-color book collects the best writing and photographs from McClatchy's Washington Bureau and its 30 newspapers. It presents one of the most compelling portraits ever of this unprecedented election.

Reserve your copy today!

The book's title comes from Obama's speech on race given in Philadelphia: "I have brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, uncles and cousins, of every race and every hue, scattered across three continents, and for as long as I live, I will never forget that in no other country on Earth is my story even possible."

About the book:
- Contains 144 pages and measures a large 9 ¾ x 11 ½ inches, hard-cover with dust jacket, and full-color throughout.
- Coverage begins before the primaries, looks at the presidential debates and key issues, and includes the Inauguration in January.
- Includes all 30 newspapers' front pages from the day following the election in an extraordinary gallery.
- Features McClatchy's best news-writing, analysis and commentary, plus hundreds of vivid photographs.
McClatchy Newspaper subscribers save $5 off the regular $27.95 price. A leatherbound collector's version also is available!

If you pre-order now, you also will receive a FREE 8 x 10-inch archival color commemorative photograph of Obama. Click 'Order Now' for more details.

Order by clicking below. Your credit card will not be charged until your book ships. Books will ship the last week of January.


McClatchy must be hard up for cash....

1 comment:

jasonthealaskan said...

These are just a few of the findings from a UCLA-led study, which is believed to be the first successful attempt at objectively quantifying bias in a range of media outlets and ranking them accordingly.

Of the 20 major media outlets studied, 18 scored left of center, with CBS' "Evening News," The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times ranking second, third and fourth most liberal behind the news pages of The Wall Street Journal.

Only Fox News' "Special Report With Brit Hume" and The Washington Times scored right of the average U.S. voter.

"I suspected that many media outlets would tilt to the left because surveys have shown that reporters tend to vote more Democrat than Republican," said Tim Groseclose, a UCLA political scientist and the study's lead author. "But I was surprised at just how pronounced the distinctions are."