Enron and its progeny spawned an unprecedented amount of press coverage. To their credit, the media comprehensively covered allegations of widespread accounting fraud as serious and important news. While it was a safe assumption that the sagas of Enron and -- to a lesser extent -- media icon Martha Stewart would receive sustained media attention, the sheer magnitude of the corporate governance scandals fueled extraordinary coverage of massive frauds at WorldCom, Tyco, HealthSouth, and Adelphia, to name but a few. Part II of this article focuses on the jury deliberations in the trial of Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski and the jury selection process in the Martha Stewart trial. Part III explores the growing phenomenon of high-profile defendants' use of well-orchestrated and increasingly costly multi-media campaigns to "set the record straight." Part IV poses a series of questions raised by the analyses in Parts II and III.