Take a look at this from my friends at the Tribune-Review:
CBS affiliate KTVA-TV in Seattle fired two news producers at the heart of the never disconnected telephone call who, after they thought it was over, engaged in a conversation that certainly gave the impression they were out to get Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller. Once upon a time, such antics would have been rewarded. Wow, the revolution really must be under way, eh? [emphasis added.]That's in reference to this non-story.
Notice anything? It's a teeny tiny mistake that I must admit I missed it first time around.
The problem? The story is about the Senate race in Alaska. So why would the CBS affiliate in Seattle be involved?
The solution? It isn't. KTVA (as in "TV ALASKA") is the CBS affiliate in Anchorage.
Gee, that's an embarrassing mistake for Richard Mellon Scaife's "news" paper to make, isn't it?
I mean, I'm embarrassed for missing it the first time but I'm not the one getting paid to put out a newspaper.