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The TV News Election Wars

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The TV News Election Wars

The TV News Election Wars

The TV News Election Wars

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Barack Obama is stepping into the lion's den tonight – he'll be going on the O'Reilly Factor after months of boycotting the Fox News Channel. The largely conservative O'Reilly often badgers guests he doesn't like, but cable news anchors are doing a lot of sniping this election – and not just at the candidates. Media correspondent David Folkenflik explores whether the days of balanced news are gone.

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