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Campaign Coverage Skewed in Obama's Favor?

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Campaign Coverage Skewed in Obama's Favor?

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Campaign Coverage Skewed in Obama's Favor?

Campaign Coverage Skewed in Obama's Favor?

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The substantial media coverage surrounding presidential candidate Barack Obama's fact-finding trip abroad has raised questions about whether his rival, John McCain, is being ignored by the press.

NPR's senior Washington editor, Ron Elving, talks with Farai Chideya about NPR's approach to covering a presidential race.

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