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July 15, 2004
Katie Wright at (703) 683-5004 ext. 132

Bozell Rips Hollywood for the Seven Emmy
Award Nominations Given to “The Reagans”

“This Underscores The Growing Continental Divide Between
The Hollywood Left And Middle America”

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     WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Media Research Center President Brent Bozell blasted Hollywood today for the seven Emmy Award nominations given to the biased CBS miniseries “The Reagans.” After a public outcry against the miniseries CBS decided not to air it, and it aired instead on CBS’s sister cable network Showtime.

     “This underscores the growing continental divide between the Hollywood Left and Middle America,” Bozell said. “CBS pulled the plug on ‘The Reagans’ because they knew it was offensive to the American people – as evidenced by the outpouring of love and affection for President Reagan when he passed away last month. This latest outrage is a classic liberal Hollywood slap in the face to the American people, and especially Nancy Reagan and the Reagan family.”

     Brent Bozell’s new book, WEAPONS OF MASS DISTORTION: The Coming Meltdown of the Liberal Media, provides more than six hundred direct quotes and sixty scientific studies proving how America’s most influential news personalities and outlets continue to infuse their coverage with a liberal slant. He breaks down the big hot button issues that will effect this presidential election and describes how the liberal media present one-sided coverage on issues such as abortion, taxes, the environment, gay rights, and gun control.



To schedule an interview with Mr. Bozell, or another Media Research Center
spokesman, contact Katie Wright at (703)-683-5004, ext. 132



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