FNC At 10: How Fox Frames Stories

By Brian 

Roger Catlin casts a critical eye toward FNC on its 10th anniversary:

“There’s not as much ostensibly to set apart the daytime news coverage on Fox News with that of other cable networks. But some stories are framed in ways they aren’t elsewhere.

On Monday morning, while covering revelations in the new Bob Woodward book that point to White House missteps, the anchor posed the question: Do these allegations make it tougher for our troops on the ground?

On the scandal lingering from the leering e-mails to legislative pages that led to the resignation Friday of Rep. Mark Foley, R-Fla., a question on Fox News Sunday was: Will criticism of the incident backfire on the Democrats?” More…