I got a small barrage of calls and letters about this story. One person thought that it was yellow journalism; that I was picking on a nice guy. I reread my story and thought it was kind of sarcastic in places. I didn’t like the tone of it. So I regret that. But even when I went back and parsed it in the cold light of day, it seemed a story worth telling. No matter how nice he may be, he has to follow the rules, and Sut Jhally, its executive director, seems to have a habit of bending rules. Even if he has invested some of his own money in the Media Education Foundation, it is still a nonprofit corporation that is supposed to have a real board of directors that set policy. Ultimately, MEF seems to be a one man show, Sut Jhally.