Rich Noyes

Research Director

Rich Noyes is the MRC’s Research Director and one of the nation’s foremost experts on the news media and politics. Noyes has discussed the media’s liberal bias on the Fox News Channel, CNN, MSNBC and dozens of radio talk shows, and has authored articles which have appeared in the Journal of Political Science, New York Post, Investor’s Business Daily, Roll Call and Human Events. (More)

Author Articles

Media Decide Kerry Gets the "Momentum"

Networks Crown Kerry Winner of First Presidential Debate, Deride Bush as "Angry" and "Self-Pitying"

Pro-Kerry Media Expose Their Partisanship

ABC, CBS, CNN and NBC Ignored or Disparaged Swift Vets Against Kerry but Hype Anti-Bush Charges

CBS Belittles Bush but Fawned Over Kerry

Republican Convention, Day 4: "Compassionate Conservatism" Mantra Rings Hollow to CBS Reporter

Decrying Miller's "Ugly" "Raw Meat" Speech

Republican Convention, Day 3: ABC's Stephanopoulos Hears Echoes of 1992 Houston Convention

Brokaw: Platform Doesn't Speak to Women

Republican Convention, Day 2: MSNBC Reporter Suggests "Compassion" = Supporting Gay Marriage

Reporters Shocked by Anti-Kerry Band-Aids

Republican Convention, Day 1: CNN's Aaron Brown Scolds GOP Speakers' Focus on National Security

TV Gives No Respect to Swift Boat Vets for Truth

ABC, CBS & NBC Gave 75 Stories to Bush "AWOL" Charge, 9 to Claims Kerry Embellished War Record

TV Networks Applaud John Kerry's Speech

Democratic Convention, Day 4: On ABC, CBS and NBC, No Liberal Labels For Kerry's Proposals

Network Reporters Swoon Over Edwards' Speech

Democratic Convention, Day 3: Edwards Is So Nice, ABC's Jennings Frets, Who'll Attack Bush/Cheney?

Obama the "Rock Star" & America "Goose-Steps"

Democratic Convention, Day 2: Tom Pops the Question: "What Did You Mean" by "Un-American"

Clever Bill, Honest Jimmy, but No Bush-Bashing?

Democratic Convention, Day 1: CBS's "Shove It" Story Skips Teresa's Calling GOP "Un-American"

Television's Biased Convention Coverage

As Networks Prepare for 2004 Conventions, MRC Review Shows Liberals Get Kinder, Gentler Coverage

The Liberal Media:Every Poll Shows Journalists Are More Liberal than the American Public — And the Public Knows It

Every Poll Shows Journalists Are More Liberal than the American Public — And the Public Knows It
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Ronald Reagan: Overcoming a Fierce First Draft of History

The 40th President and the Press: The Record

Liberal Media's Reagan-Bashing Record

While Reporters Now Praise Reagan's Humor & Optimism, They Disdained His Conservative Policies

Hyping Bush Bashers, Ignoring Bush Backers

MRC Study: Throughout the Hearings, Networks Favored a Handful of 9/11 Relatives Who Fault Bush

Liberal Media vs. Conservative Talk Radio

Media Elites Show Their Bias as They Gleefully Push Liberal Talk Radio "Network" With Few Stations

Credible Clarke vs. Ferocious White House

Network Reporters Treat the Former Anti-Terrorism Advisor's Testimony As Authoritative, Not Biased

A Liberal Candidate Gets Media Makeover

Study: Networks Portray Kerry's Liberalism as a Partisan GOP Charge, Not a Well-Documented Fact

Anti-Bush Anecdotes Trump Pro-Bush Poll

While CBS's Poll Shows Huge GOP Majorities Backing Bush, CBS Reporter Finds a "Fury" on the Right