CNET’s journalistic credibility is being challenged after it disqualified Dish Network’s latest version of its Hopper DVR from its “Best of CES” awards last week, citing ongoing litigation between Dish and CBS Corp., which is suing Dish over the Hopper’s commercial-skipping capabilities.

CNET Reporter Quits Over Editorial Meddling by CBS | Media – Advertising Age

The device and software that would let viewers record videos from TV and then skip commercials was reviewed as “Best of CES” but the story was pulled by CBS, prompting the reporter to quit rather than have his integrity questionned.

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