Both of them:
Fail when it comes to doing their jobs. One of them doesn't seem able to vet its own stories, the other one is unable to properly report them.
Sincerely seem to believe they alone know how to do journalism properly. Note how condescending CBS has behaved towards bloggers. Dutch PBS emphasized the cabinet's condemnation of the leaked government budget for 2005, rather than the contents of said budget, which would seem to be much more important to their viewers. A division of Dutch PBS managed to cook up this article, which shows either gross ineptitude, or arrogance. Either way, it's rather odd to report on government 'outrage' on leaked documents without offering a secondary perspective - from the journalists of commercial broadcaster RTL for example - and at the same time mention that the leaked documents contained hardly any new information. Either the government is right in being outraged (but why if there's no new information?), of the government isn't (but then there's probably a reason for that, which isn't adequately explored).