Arment Dietrich

Corporate Spin Comes in Disguise

By: Arment Dietrich | September 11, 2006 | 
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In yesterday’s St. Petersburg Times, Washington bureau chief editor, Bill Adair, discusses what corporations are doing to receive “independent and credible” coverage from reporters. They are paying for it!  GASP! The article draws three examples of how big corporation views wind up on the opinion pages of national newspapers. One, my favorite, says that James K. Glassman, a prominent syndicated columnist, denounced Super Size Me in [&hellip... Read More
Arment Dietrich

Welcome to FADS – The Fight Against Destructive Spin

By: Arment Dietrich | September 11, 2006 | 
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Skilled spinners manipulate the facts and deceive the public, pushing their own agendas and clients with a complete disregard for journalistic integrity and common decency.  We have had enough of destructive spin, and we are putting an end to the strategic deception and outright lies. Spinners have tainted the reputation of public relations with their tall tales and twisted lies, but they are not alone in [&hellip... Read More