Former FOX producer explains the use of religion on FNC Ideagrove: Charlie Reina, a former Fox News Channel discusses the motivations behind Fox's cu
December 13, 2005

Former FOX producer explains the use of religion on FNC

Ideagrove: Charlie Reina, a former Fox News Channel discusses the motivations behind Fox's current "War on Christmas" campaign via Poynter

"...But what really separates Fox from the competition is its unabashed use of religion as a divisive weapon. Common sense -- and common courtesy -- have long dictated that personal religious beliefs be kept out of news reporting unless the story at hand involves religion. But on Fox, it's not uncommon for an anchor to raise the issue of a guest's religion, or lack thereof, a propos of nothing...read on"

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