Well, at least according to these guys: Adelphia news link I'm still savoring the delicious irony of that first paragraph, but I do think this report is open to question. While I do wonder about the 2-1 bias toward Republicans (even considering the administration is Republican), the other claims seem weak. Who's PBS gonna interview about the Katrina flood? Victims and experts. Yeah, a lot of the victims are gonna be black, but how much you wanna bet most if not all of the experts are white? And that's not PBS' fault. Similar situation with the Iraq war. If they mean "peace activists" like Cindy Sheehan, you're not gonna see a lot of those. But you may see a lot of anti-war congressmen like John Murtha. I think if they want to see more peace activists on TV, then the peace activists have gotta be out there actively making news, like holding protests. This report isn't actually all that unusual. Much as I like them, Media Matters also goes overboard on criticizing the media for perceived slights.