Archive for August 2012
As we previously reported, Fareed Zakaria was reinstated by CNN/Time magazine to his post of corporate lackey. But at least one of Zakaria’s colleagues is not happy about it at all.
Mark Ames and Yasha Levine Talk to RT’s Kristine Frazao About Adam Davidson’s Financial Ties to Wall Street
Earlier today, Mark Ames and Yasha Levine talked to RT’s Kristine Frazao about the S.H.A.M.E. Project’s recent expose of NPR host and New York Times columnist Adam Davidson…
Who needs accountability in the journalism world when that would just get in the way of Zakaria’s important job as dancing circus poodle for warmongers, neoliberals and multinationals. In other words, those who, like Zakaria, escaped accountability for their failures (and their thieving).
New York Observer Picks Up S.H.A.M.E. Project Exposé On NPR Host Adam Davidson’s Conflicted Ties To Wall Street Sponsors
The New York Observer picked up the S.H.A.M.E. exposé on NPR host Adam Davidson last week, and came to the conclusion that S.H.A.M.E. “made a compelling case that Davidson is—if not complicitly, then inherently—conflicted.”
Check out Yasha Levine’s new Kindle book, The Corruption of Malcolm Gladwell. It expands on S.H.A.M.E.’s initial investigation into the life and journalistic corruption of New Yorker staff writer Malcolm Gladwell, and provides new examples of his covert, pay-to-play corporate advocacy you won’t find anywhere else.
Adam Davidson’s Journalistic Corruption: NPR Host Boosts for Wall Street, While Taking Undisclosed Banking Money
Little attention has been given to Davidson’s corruption. His numerous financial conflicts of interest seriously undermine his claims to being a journalist, and instead reveal Davidson as a glorified product spokesman for his Wall Street sponsors.
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