As`ad AbuKhalil on Mideast democracy, Laurie Garrett on exit memo (3/11/05-3/17/05)
John Hockenberry on Million Dollar Baby, Dahr Jamail on Iraq (3/4/05-3/10/05)
Stephen Zunes on Syria, Terry Allen on John Negroponte (2/25/05-3/3/05)
Ian Williams on UN oil-for-food "scandal," Chris Paterson on Eason Jordan (2/18/05-2/24/05)
Richard Kogan on Bush's budget, Melanie Sloan on network TV ad policies (2/11/05-2/17/05)
Frank Brodhead on Iraq elections, Tiffiniy Cheng on Eyes on the Prize (2/4/05-2/10/05)
Phyllis Bennis on Bush's inauguration speech, Bob McChesney on Michael Powell (1/28/05-2/3/05)
Mark Weisbrot on Social Security, Sheldon Rampton on Armstrong Williams (1/21/05-1/27/05)
Mark Danner on torture (1/14/05-1/20/05)
Fawaz Gerges on Iraq and Palestine, Joanne Dorshow on medical malpractice (1/7/05-1/13/05)
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CounterSpin is FAIR's weekly radio show, hosted by Janine Jackson, Steve Rendall and Peter Hart. It's heard on more than 125 noncommercial stations across the United States and Canada.
CounterSpin provides a critical examination of the major stories every week, and exposes what the mainstream media might have missed in their own coverage. Combining lively discussion and a thoughtful media critique, CounterSpin is unlike any other show on the dial.
CounterSpin exposes and highlights biased and inaccurate news; censored stories; sexism, racism and homophobia in the news; the power of corporate influence; gaffes and goofs by leading TV pundits; TV news' narrow political spectrum; attacks on free speech; and more.
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