Bahrain State TV (BTV) would be something of a joke, if it was not a state TV.
During the recent protests in Bahrain BTV has accused the protesters of repeated crimes based on the most vague or evidence while failing to report anything of substance of the people on the ground. Bahrain TV even went as far as to claim over 450,000 people attended a rally in support of the government, which is very impressive if true given the entire population of the island Kingdom (men, women, children, old people, people in hospitals, people who can't move) is 1.2 Million.
Digital natives involved in the Bahrain protest have set up an interest strategy to undermine the constant flow of propaganda coming from TV. They have set up a BTVConfirms in which pro-democracy people in Bahrain can compete to come up with the most absurd claims to be "confirmed" by BTV.
The Web 3.0 Lab has labelled this strategy a meme bomb. A meme bomb is when you use social networks to convert the meaning of a term or concept against some institution of figure in authority. This is one of the more clever examples we have ever seen, though Fox News in the United States is a regular victim of such attacks.