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Dueling headlines, ‘limited media resources’ edition

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By Doug Powers  •  April 15, 2013 12:07 PM

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Our first headline comes to us from Twitchy:

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CNN didn’t have the staff to devote to on-site coverage of the Gosnell trial. Got it.

Which leads us to a dueling headline from February, by way of Buzzfeed:

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If there was a mistake made, it was that prosecutors didn’t try to have Gosnell put on trial aboard a malfunctioning Carnival Cruise ship.

CNN’s Erin Burnett recently asked a few guests why the national media is giving so little attention to the Gosnell trial. On the upside, mainstream media roundtables examining why sizable portions of the mainstream media have been ignoring the Gosnell trial does at least give the story a little inadvertent national attention:

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**Written by Doug Powers

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