Pretty much everybody else mocked and sensationalized.
Focused on every apparent negative, and failed utterly to correct errors in reporting.
And there were lots of them.
And they successfully painted a movement intended to foment discussion, as a goalless mob of dirty hippies.
Making much of the "silly" "Peoples Mic" (repeating what the speaker says so those in the back can hear. Done because amplification was banned) while dilligently ignoring the discussions themselves.
Blasting pics/videos of "anti-semites", who turned out to be a homeless guy who had been flying tose signs there for months, and a local street kid who's youtube videos as "Lotion Man" establish him as a local idiot, not an OWSer.
Focusing on misbehavior while ignoring things like cops "bombing" the Occupations with troublesome homeless people, picking them up and dropping them at Occupy sites with promises of free food.
What most people in this country BELIEVE OWS was about, and what it ACTUALLY was aboit are not even remotely the same thing.
Whixh is what happens to an anti corporate movement when 90% of the media is owned by 6 corporations.