29Jun 3, 1995
Washington Saturday Journal
Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes and ...
12Apr 20, 1995
Contract on Congress: Is the Media Fair?
Panelists discussed how the media covered the activities and personalities during the first 100 days of the 104th Congress.
21Apr 5, 1995
Committee members heard testimony from fellow legislators and interest group representatives concerning various legislation to reform the privilege of franking, sending congressional mail for no ...
20Oct 21, 1994
Media Investigations and President Clinton
The panelists discussed President Clinton’s relationship with the media and the findings of a new report on the media’s coverage of alleged misconduct by President Clinton.
109Jun 28, 1993
Relationship of the President and the Media
Several media analysts and pollsters spoke in a panel discussion on the relationship between President Clinton and the media. Issues raised in the discussion included the Clinton ...
33May 13, 1993
Media Bias in Reporting on Congress
The participants discussed the role of the media in reporting on the Congress. They analyzed the evolution of media bias and the need for fair journalism in Washington, D.C.
27Mar 16, 1992
Public Figures, Private Lives, and the Press
The Smithsonian Institution and the National Press Club co-sponsored the seventh annual Freedom of the Press program, a forum on the relationship between the media and public figures. Several ...
55Mar 2, 1992
Media Exaggeration of the Recession
The panelists discussed media coverage of the economy in a symposium entitled, “Gloom and Doom: Have the Media Exaggerated the Recession?”
21Feb 13, 1992
The Uncertainty of Global Warming
Representatives from the Center for Science, Technology, and Media discussed its views on global climate change. This news conference served as an introduction for the center.
8May 22, 1991
Mr. Lichter and Mr. Bernstein discussed the current state of television news, which has become the largest source of national news for most Americans. Mr. Lichter is a co-author ...
19Mar 28, 1991
Keeping the Media Honest
Mr. Lichter, author of Watching America: What TV Tells Us About Our Lives, spoke to an audience at the Heritage Foundation, a non-profit public policy research center in Washington, DC. He ...
28Dec 7, 1988
Television Coverage of Presidential Campaign
Media experts evaluated the media coverage of the 1988 presidential campaign. The panel discussed positive and negative press coverage, inaccessible candidates, and political advertising.
18Nov 9, 1988
8Aug 19, 1988
Network Coverage of Republican Convention