In his Feb. 24 WorldNetDaily column, Joseph Farah mentions that he has a new book coming out. Indeed, he does: It's called "Stop the Presses!: The Inside Story of the New Media Revolution," and it's due out at the end of April from (surprise, surprise) WND Books.
Here's the blurb on it:
"Stop the presses!" You've heard newspaper editors shout that phrase in old movies. Joseph Farah was never a newspaper editor in the movies - he was one in real life. But he no longer works with ink, presses and newsprint.
A decade ago, Farah founded WorldNetDaily.com (WND.com) and became a pioneer on the New Media frontier. Today WND.com is the largest independent news service on the Internet. Stop the Presses! is not just Farah's story, but that of a new wave of media superstars who have forever changed the way Americans get their news and express their views.
Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Matt Drudge...these are just some of the New Media names that old-school media like ABC News has acknowledged "rule our world." This revolution has shaken the foundations of the mainstream media, eroding its ability to control the flow of information...and with it, the power to control the lives of millions around the world.
The New Media revolution's beginnings have never been told - until now.
In other words, look for it to be at least as self-congratulatory on conservative media -- and even more silent on WND's unjournalistic biases, distortions, plagiarism, unseemly links with sources, and unquestioning repetition of conservative talking points -- as Richard Poe's (similarly WND-published) book, "Hillary's Secret War."