Thursday, March 26, 2009

Media Matters

I received the following email from Media matters today:

Dear Friend,

This week, following an open letter from Media Matters for America president Eric Burns, CNBC host Larry Kudlow announced that he will not be running for the U.S. Senate, thus resolving serious questions of journalistic integrity raised over his potential use of CNBC airwaves for personal political gain. While thousands of you joined in our call for better journalism and higher standards at CNBC last week, our fight for accountability is far from over.

I'm sure you'll agree that in today's ever-changing media landscape, it is more important than ever that we use every tool at our disposal to combat conservative misinformation. For nearly five years our website has brought you top-notch research and insightful analysis because, like you, we expect more from our media.

Today, Media Matters invites you to join us in the world of social networking on websites like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. These networks enable us to expand our reach and provide you with the latest information on conservative misinformation.

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Thank you for your ongoing commitment in our fight for accountability. I hope you'll also consider inviting your friends within these networks to join us.

Karl Frisch
Senior Fellow
Media Matters for America

P.S. Are you a social networking fanatic? If so, you can also follow Media Matters' Limbaugh Wire on Twitter or join our County Fair blog on Facebook.

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