November 2, 2010 by USA Post
Christine Odonnell, Michael Calderone said Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell has not been too much national media coverage before upsetting the establishment and win the Republican primary in Delaware in September. But since then, O’Donnell has been all over the news it confirm this is not rocket science, questioning the separation of church and state, contained in the new emerged “politically incorrect” clips from the late 90 and starring in a salacious story Gawker.
In fact, O’Donnell has vaulted to national prominence zero to garnering more coverage than any other candidate in 2010, according to research provided by the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism.
“The amount of coverage is achieved in a short period of time is dramatic,” said Mark Jurkowitz PEJ deputy director.
EYP tracks news coverage from 52 outlets across networks new distribution platforms of five, the cable news networks, online shopping, newspapers and radio. The non-partisan look back on all election stories early in the year to October 31 and has won those in which the candidate in 2010 was the lead newsmaker, as in more than half of the history.
Well, I suppose that even the media is fond of self-violence that I thought. Seriously, there is no justification for this. O’Donnell has never been close to victory and the controversies around her were tabloid-ish and / or inconsequential. There is absolutely no justification for the disproportionate amount of coverage O’Donnell won, especially after the primary.
On the other hand, perhaps the GOP should nominate a candidate in every election distraction. The media can gravitate toward them and keep the media from doing what they have in the last election, which is spending their amounts of time and energy irrational slaughter GOP candidates who have a chance to win.
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