You've given me an impossible task. On this individual issue, it wouldn't benefit a democrat influenced media outlet (which as far as I know sums up Fox's competitors (though I've been proven wrong before)) to play up the chaos levels of the Wisconsin protests.
What competitor of Fox's has given a million dollars to the Democratic Governor's Association?
What competitor of Fox's hires Democratic candidates to spread their propaganda?
What competitor of Fox's openly allows campaign contributions from its 'journalists' and commentators to party members?
What competitor of Fox's has a running gag where, whenever a Democratic politician gets involved in a scandal, they get labeled with an 'R' instead?
What competitor of Fox's avoids libel laws by putting its accusations as questions rather than statements?
What competitor of Fox's has had its major personalities joke about the murder of high-level politicians?
What competitor of Fox's has sued for and won the right to lie to its own audience?
What competitor of Fox's has given mass coverage to any left wing movement in this nation? They largely ignored these protests, just as they ignored the anti-war protests, just as they ignored the LGBT protests. Each of which were larger than anything the Tea Party has ever put together - but the media ignores them because, unlike the Tea Party, they don't have corporate sponsorship.
A hundred thousand rallying in Madison and what does CNN cover? The two year anniversary of the Tea Party. And their producers wonder why its ratings are collapsing.
The corporate media sucks, it's true. GE did not run NBC out of the goodness of its heart and Comcast won't either. But to label the megaconglomerates - Time Warner, Disney, Comcast, GE, Viacom, etc. as 'democratic' is entirely missing the way these companies make money and what they are doing - in full collaboration with Rupert Murdoch - to further cement their power in the United States. The real battle is over the right to speech - and things like lawsuits against sites Elliquiy's size for merely citing
articles, ACTA, copyright extension, etc. are not given coverage for what those things represent.
Fox is happy to play up an 'us versus them' attitude that has nothing whatsoever to do with reality. Divide common people against each other so they're distracted from the real problem, and better yet, don't even understand it.