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A Closer Look: Campaign Coverage Biased?

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A Closer Look: Campaign Coverage Biased?

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A Closer Look: Campaign Coverage Biased?

A Closer Look: Campaign Coverage Biased?

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Media analyst Andrew Tyndall has spent 20 years monitoring the three major networks' nightly news coverage.

He joins Farai Chideya to share his analysis of the media's coverage of the presidential race and explain why Barack Obama has drawn more news coverage than John McCain.

He is publisher of the TyndallReport.com.