ABC, NBC Yawn at Missouri Media Professor's Attack on Reporter, CBS Covers

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<p>[<em>More in the cross-post on the MRC&#39;s <a href="http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/matthew-balan/2015/11/10/abc-nbc-ya… blog</a>.</em>]</p>
<p><i>CBS This Morning</i> stood out as the sole Big Three network morning newscast on 10 November 2015 to cover a University of Missouri academic shouting down a reporter, briefly physically attacking him, and then calling people over to "get this reporter out of here...I need some muscle over here." Norah O'Donnell spotlighted Melissa Click, "an assistant professor of mass media," who along with "other students were telling the media — including a photography who confronted her — to back off." ABC's <i>Good Morning America</i> and NBC's <i>Today</i> didn't mention Click during their coverage of the racial controversy at Missouri.</p>

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