Well, if all of the hubbub about liberal media bias and Bernard Goldberg's new book continues to grow, then maybe I'll have to head out and pick up the book in hardcover.
Today's Wall Street Journal editorial page draws a correlation between the runaway success of Goldberg's book, the decline of network news and the rise of the Fox News Channel.
Mr. Goldberg's message and his book's success are signs of trouble that smart journalists would surely note if they occurred on their own beats. If Mr. Goldberg were a whistleblower in another industry he might even be featured on "60 Minutes." In an era of talk radio, the Internet and ever more media outlets, denial is not a winning strategy. Like it or not, the TV networks could use a few more non-team players like Mr. Goldberg.
You can read the entire article here.
The Wall Street journal has also reprinted Goldberg's original op-ed piece from 1996 that was the genesis of the bestselling book.