... FNC's coverage was biased against Bush for fear of being labeled right-wing. Josh you are way out there about California. C'mon, that state was never even in doubt, but waiting to call a state until more than 20% of precincts have reported is probably a good idea don't you think?
Ohio was called for Bush at at 1am EST, yet when I woke up in the morning, not all of the networks were showing those electoral votes in the Bush column. Fox was the first, I believe, to GET IT RIGHT!
I don't know of any news program that were "music military porno movies" -- I do recall that leaders and trailers into and out of commercials on their programming sometimes had montages of footage set to music. Keep in mind that it is CLEAR on FNC that there are "hard news" reports every hour and half hour, and Special Report with Brit Hume is considered a hard news program (with a roundtable "opinion", clearly defined segment). The rest of the programming is not presented as hard news and is anything from Dayside with Linda Vester (CNN had a similar program), to Neal Cavuto (who may lean conservative but sure has his share of liberal guests), to the primetime lineup. While O'Reilly may lean conservative, he is not one, Hannity and Colmes is balanced, Greta is neutral (if she has a bias she doesn't show it). All of these programs routinely air both sides of the issue.