Media Video Commentary: The unfairness of the mainstream news media May 10, 2013, Ray Hanania Carol Marin and the Chicago Sun-Times is biased. I have known and worked with her for years. She is unfair and not objective in her… Read More ›
Low turnout reflects hypocritical monitoring systems By Ray Hanania Southwest News-Herald Newspaper Friday April 12, 2013 Everyone likes to blame the low voter turnout each year on the “low quality” or the “corruption” of elected officials in government, but I… Read More ›
Sun-Times bully Carol Marin has taken cheap shots at me and others in Chicagoland politics, and I am not afraid to respond to her bullying and twisted reporting. Marin is in the dying end of the mainstream media industry.
Analysis: Why Larry Dominick won 3rd term By Ray Hanania (Dominick’s spokesman and media consultant) There was an overwhelming and intentional push by the news media to disparage Larry Dominick, former 43-year Cicero policeman and town worker who won re-election… Read More ›
Coca Cola has a new Super Bowl commercial that portrays Arabs in a racial stereotype, dragging a camel across a desert, in competition with a biker gang, gaggle of cow boys and a bus load of Las Vegas hookers. If we’re going to use stereotypes for anything, how about to use them to stop the sae of cancer-causing sodas like Coca Cola? Or is that not a stereotype enough?
Communications strategies and the new media By Ray Hanania — Speech to the Orland Park Chamber of Commerce on Communications Strategies Nov. 30, 2011 The media has changed but the fundamentals of communications have not changed. In the 1970s when I… Read More ›
Media has no bounds when it comes to Muslim Bashing By Ray Hanania — I had to laugh when I read Steve Huntley’s column in Friday’s Chicago Sun-Times. Steve, my former editor there, has fashioned himself as one of the… Read More ›