Arthur Silber finds a great example of how to deal with "propaganda": It came from KSFR, a public radio station in Santa Fe, N.M. I don&#39
March 5, 2007

Arthur Silber finds a great example of how to deal with "propaganda":

It came from KSFR, a public radio station in Santa Fe, N.M. I don't know anything about the station, although I have been to Santa Fe a couple of times. It seems that the surge in "unnamed officials" had finally pushed News Director Bill Dupuy to take action. He wrote that "until further notice, it is the policy of KSFR's news department to ignore and not repeat any wire service or nationally published story" about Iran, North Korea, and other sensitive foreign areas if it quotes an "unnamed" U.S. official...read on

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