C-SPAN Asks Sites to Pull Colbert
The cable network asked two internet video providers, YouTube and Ifilm, to pull clips of Stephen Colbert's April 29 performance at the White House Correspondents Association dinner from their websites.
C-SPAN said it contacted the companies because the copyright material was posted online without its permission.
I don't know if this is the usual case of the lapdog media doing trying to protect the Clown Prince from criticism. If you go to C-Span's site, the Colbert video is quite prominent, not buried.
But I think that stuff from C-span must appear on YouTube all the time. Have they ever ordered that a video be taken down before?