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For the first time ever, this documentary reveals the secrets of Former Fox news producers, reporters, bookers and writers who expose what it’s like to work for Fox News. These former Fox employees talk about how they were forced to push a “right-wing” point of view or risk their jobs. Some have even chosen to remain anonymous in order to protect their current livelihoods. As one employee said “There’s no sense of integrity as far as having a line that can’t be crossed.”

Outfoxed examines how media empires, led by Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News, have been running a “race to the bottom” in television news. This film provides an in-depth look at Fox News and the dangers of ever-enlarging corporations taking control of the public’s right to know.

The team behind Outfoxed created a system to monitor Fox News 24 hours a day for months to discover exactly how its shows worked. A team of volunteers around the country scrutinized every hour of Fox News programming, noting examples of bias in its coverage. The result is an intense examination of Fox News and the lie inherent in its favorite motto: “Fair and Balanced.”

“An unwavering argument against Fox News that combines the leftist partisan vigor of a Michael Moore film with the sober tone and delivery of a PBS special.”
Robert S. Boynton, New York Times

“Pulls no punches in condemning Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News Channel as little more than a mouthpiece for the Republican Party … Greenwald’s documentary is, if anything, understated. It’s only the tip of the iceberg.”
Charlie Reina, ex-Fox News employee

“The network looks more and more like a total propaganda system … whose exclusive goal is the dissemination of fear, confusion and disinformation designed to serve the ends of the governing regime.”
Andrew O’Hehir,

“It’s a scathing — and compelling — indictment of the bias of America’s most-watched cable news network.”
Stephen W. Stromberg,

“Watching Bill O’Reilly’s belligerent, boorish ‘interview’ with Jeremy Glick, whose father died in the attack on the World Trade Center and who came to oppose the administration’s military response to 9/11, is enough to make you wish that the ghost of Joseph Welch would enter the studio and inquire, at long last, after Mr. O’Reilly’s sense of decency.”
A.O. Scott, New York Times

“You should watch ‘Outfoxed.’ It’s a great movie that says why people like you say things like that on this television station.”
Howard Dean speaking to Sean Hannity on FNC’s Hannity & Colmes

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