The Wall Street Journal is keeping Occupy Wall Street off of its front page. An analysis by blogger numeroteca shows that the New York Times and Washington Post began regular front-page coverage in the second week of the Occupy Wall Street protests, after the movement had gained steam on Twitter. After 141 protesters were arrested at Occupy Boston, the Boston Globe has had daily coverage. The Wall Street Journal, owned by Fox News magnate Rupert Murdoch, is alone among major papers in censoring the concerns of the 99 percent.
Wall Street Journal Blacks Out Occupy Wall Street