"Fox News Watch" airs Saturdays at 6:30 p.m. ET, 11:30 p.m. ET, 2:30 a.m. ET and 6:30 a.m. ET on Sunday morning.

How is the media reporting the stories you've seen in the news this week? You can count on Eric Burns and FOX News Watch  to cover the coverage!

This weekend, on the Saturday, June 19 edition of "FOX News Watch" ...

•  Terrorists and the Press 

When a story such as the kidnapping and beheading of American engineer Paul Marshall Johnson (search) in Saudia Arabia (search), is reported by the media, is the press simply doing its job or inadvertently aiding and abetting the terrorists?

•  Past Presidents and the Press

We'll look at former President Clinton's upcoming media blitz as he kicks off he book tour for his memoir, "My Life." And we'll tell you about former President Ronald Reagan's return to the political stage, less than two weeks after his death.

Why is the media so fascinated with President Clinton? Is the use of President Reagan's image in a political ad appropriate right now?

Then, in our "Quick Takes on the Media" segment:

-  Vice President Cheney Takes on the New York Times 

Why is Mr. Cheney upset with the paper? Also, what secret has been revealed about a location where the Vice President spent much of his time in 2001 after the 9/11 terror attacks?

Ducking Questions

We'll tell you about an award won recently by Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.

- Dean's Scream

The former Democratic presidential candidate says that he didn't scream when he lost in Iowa. And guess who he's blaming for the coverage that characterized his speech to the crowd?

For insightful analysis of all the week's provocative media stories, host Eric Burns turns to our News Watch panelists this weekend to "cover the coverage":

Jim Pinkerton of Newsday

Jane Hall of American University

Cal Thomas syndicated columnist and Host of After Hours on Fox News.

Neal Gabler  media writer and author

Don't miss FOX News Watch this weekend!

Watch at 6:30 p.m. ET or catch one of our repeats at 11:30 p.m. ET, 2:30 a.m. ET and 6:30 a.m. ET!

-- The Associated Press contributed to this story.