1) Here is a blog post from Philadelphia Inquirer on the pop song "Don't be too CNN". The Youtube video (via ESWN) is not accessible directly here in China (!!!) but can be viewed via that blog site. The blog also links to a Reuter video on the song.
The video is also not availablein other Chinese youtube clones (eg tudou), perhaps because the right was given to CCTV.com (!!!!!). Well, as we all know, putting it on cctv just provides ammunition for the "western media" (from the way that the report misread her surname we know how good the reporter understands China or even bother to check with any Chinese speaking person) to discret her. Not sure what went on the mind of this Ms Muyong Xuan. But cctv.com is not likely to let this piece of meat slip from its mouth. It is about internet traffic, clicks and pay-per-click and money.
2) "A Year in Tibet" was aired in BBC (whic started on March 6, a week beore the riot started). Video download links included in the post - look for tinyurl, they are bittorrents (or here). I do not have time to view it yet. According to the blogger it seems to be a balanced report. (I seem to remember reading a blog in 1510, complaining the biase in a BBC documentary, I suspect it is the very same one. So "balanced" or not is really very subjective)
What amused me is the blogger found a new substitute for the taboo T word. In Han chinese it literally could mean "Hidding in the West" and there is a proverb in Chinese called "Shun in East and Hide in West". It took me a while to figure out where the hell "Dongduo 东躲 " (Shunned in East) refers to.
GFW did eventually contributed something to us, fodder for humour.