David Folkenflik Folkenflik is NPR's media correspondent and is a host and editor of On Point from NPR and WBUR.
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Fox Defends Bill O'Reilly's Account Of Falklands Conflict

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Television personality Bill O'Reilly waits for the start of an event at the White House in February 2014. O'Reilly has for the past week fired back angrily at critics who have accused him of inflating his war-reporting record in a manner similar to suspended NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Despite Furious Objections, Bill O'Reilly's War Claims Warrant Scrutiny

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David Carr, 'New York Times' Media Critic, Dies At 58

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Brian Williams Case Raises Fundamental Questions About An Anchor's Role

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Brian Williams' Suspension Brings Attention To Tom Brokaw

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Jon Stewart To Leave 'Daily Show,' NBC Suspends Brian Williams

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Arianna Huffington, president and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post Media Group, speaks at the 2014 World Economic Forum. Reporters and editors in 15 countries will contribute to "What Works," her site's new initiative focused on covering positive news. Ruben Sprich/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Huffington Post Bets People Will Read Good News — And Share It, Too

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Brian Williams Criticized For Exaggerated Iraq Story

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NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams admits that his story of being on a helicopter hit by enemy fire in Iraq in 2003 was untrue and has apologized to troops and viewers. Monica Schipper/Getty Images hide caption

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Brian Williams' Self-Inflicted War Wounds

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American viewers hoping to catch the last season of the hit British show Foyle's War will have to sign up for the boutique digital portal Acorn.tv. Emily Jan/NPR hide caption

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Fast-Sprouting Acorn Challenges PBS' British TV Dominance

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Media Outlets Partner With Snapchat To Appeal To Younger Users

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The movie Gone Girl fictionalizes and satirizes cable news star Nancy Grace (above). Grace, host of a true crimes and current affairs show on HLN, says she was flattered. Mark Hill/AP hide caption

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Nancy Grace Says 'Gone Girl' Satire Was Flattering, Made Her Laugh Out Loud

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