REVIEW: US media giants accused of tailoring war coverage

US media giants, including Rupert Murdoch's Fox network, have been accused of tailoring their war coverage to curry favour with Michael Powell, the George Bush-appointed chairman of the US media regulator. Powell, the son of Colin Powell, the US secretary of state, is under pressure from the US broadcasting industry to abolish safeguards that limit the number of TV and radio stations a company can own in one market. - Media Guardian.