Corporate censorship: Duck Dynasty, Paula Dean and other media personalities
Media personalities have been caught in the crosshairs of controversy a lot lately.
Most recently, MSNBC anchor Melissa Harris-Perry was put on the hot seat for hosting a segment of her show that included disparaging remarks aimed at one of Mitt Romney's grandchildren.
While the prospect of any significant punishment for Perry seems unlikely, many of her colleagues in the media have not been so lucky.
We've compiled a list of 10 media personalities that were on the receiving end of corporate ire for things they either said or wrote.
Did we leave anyone out? Let us know in the comments.
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- Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb:... 82
- Letter: Police brutality 62
- School fees: Is Utah really family... 48
- Mary Barker: Our economic discourse... 43
- Richard Davis: The State Board can do... 42
- In our opinion: A slippery 'immoral' Tweet 39
- Constitutional commitments trump tribal... 35
- Letter: Society puzzles 32