Glenn Beck: Theft of Content

April 19, 2011 by Post Team 

Glenn Beck, Glenn Beck, the conservative former Fox host, was criticized in an article by the daily calls for “theft of content.” The daily calls, a conservative blog, say Beck has often lifted from other sources work in your program without giving credit to the original author. Beck offered a popular show on Fox News Channel called Glenn Beck from January 2009 until April 2011.

Caller states that while Beck often makes other recognition for his work also frequently takes “complex measures to disguise the origin of the material.”

Andrew Breitbart, a conservative editorial says that even Beck’s former motto; “Truth has no agenda” was provided.

Breitbart, said in the article that he was “grateful for the many times he (Beck) has proven to me and my sites (but) sometimes also used other people’s work without giving credit to them, making it look as if were his own. But especially since the adoption of “Truth has no agenda ‘slogan – and deliberately trying to reposition himself as a pious conscience and judge of many who took the content – it has been exposed to implacable rule their new slogan. ”

The piece also quoted an unnamed source Rebel Pundit Web site says the program blurred its logo from a video aired. The video showed protesters demanding an amnesty for illegal immigrants.

Another blogger, freedom Chick says Beck uses a chart that follows the influence of billionaire George Soros on the media “accurately and without attribution.”

The representatives of the former presenter responded saying it could have been some mistakes, but insist on “Glenn sample have a high level and a long history of defending the bloggers and the attribution of sources whenever possible, including frequently provides extensive notes on. ”

Beck’s production company said he would stay with Fox to produce projects of digital properties and other businesses.

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