The Washington Times - September 4, 2007, 07:11AM
Media Research Center reports
More than half of all campaign segments (284, or 55%) focused on the Democratic contest, compared with just 152 (29%) devoted to the Republicans. The remaining stories either offered roughly equal discussion of both parties or did not focus on the major parties. … \ \ Undeclared liberal candidates such as former Vice President Al Gore and New York CityMayor Michael Bloomberg received more network TV attention than many of the declared Republican candidates.\ \ \ The network morning shows doled out nearly three times as much airtime (4 hours, 35 minutes) to interviews with the various Democratic campaigns. In contrast, the Republicans received just 1 hour and 44 minutes of interview airtime.

Good Morning AmericahereRobert Stacy McCain, assistant national editor, The Washington Times