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

Auditing the Media's Anti-Free Market Bias

MRC Study: Television News Stressed Liberal Themes in Covering Key Economic Issues this Summer

Is ABC's "Road to War?" Really Anti-War?

World News Tonight Ignores Dangers of Inaction on Iraq, Trumpets War Foes and Dire Consequences

Using "Moderates" to Spank Conservatives

Study: Networks Stress Moderate Republicans, Not Centrist Democrats Who Think Liberals Go Too Far

ABC's Jennings to the Left of the New York Times on Secret Court Ruling

President Bush Rebuked For President Clinton's Errors?

Trying to Make Green Ideology Mainstream

While the Earth Is Still Threatened by Capitalism, Time Offers Hugs to Pro-Environmental Businesses

Why No TV Coverage of Tax-Cut Solutions?

ABC, CBS and NBC Ignore Economic Cures Ranging from Raising I.R.A. Cap to Ending Dividend Taxes

CNN Turns Bad News Poll Into All-Day Marketing Campaign

Public Gives Anchor Aaron Brown Low "Believability" Score

A Bias Blind Spot for Meet the Press Host

One-Sided Questioning: Russert Pushed Both Friends and Foes of Bush Tax Cut to Suspend Its Benefits

Disguising Liberal Views as Straight News

Liberal Columnist Alter Commandeers Newsweek Cover Story; Bashes Bush, Business and Tax Cuts

Washington Post's Bizarre Halliburton Spin

Disgruntled White House Correspondent Dana Milbank Floats Silly Cheney Stock Selling Theory

Pushing Bush to Become Business Basher

Networks: Big Business Is Bad, Reform Means New Regulations, Stale Harken Charges Are Newsworthy

Burying the Liberal Label on Network News

MRC Study: On Evening News Broadcasts, Conservative Tag Used Four Times More than Liberal Label

Devoted to Bringing About Liberal Change

Anticipated Host of ABC's Sunday Show Left Bill Clinton Behind But Never Set Aside Liberal Desires

Demanding Further Concessions From Bush

ABC, CBS and NBC Promote Liberal Critics, Pretend Dissent Over Global Warming No Longer Exists

New Anchorman, Same Old Liberal Song

Tom Brokaw's Heir Claimed Neither Gore Nor Bradley Liberal but Jesse Jackson Is Indispensable

Pushing a "Phony, Bogus" Anti-Bush Story

Newsweek Editor Reveals: "The Media Beast Was So Happy...We All Jumped Up and Down"

Bye-Bye to Biased Bryant's Liberal Preaching

Outgoing CBS Morning Host Once Claimed: "In Terms of My Political Views, I Hold Them In Check"

Megaphone for a Dictator

CNN's Coverage of Fidel Castro's Cuba, 1997-2002

Deploring Terror-Fighters, Not Terrorists

Criticism for Bush Administration and Israeli Anti-Terror Effort, Sympathy for Palestinians & Arafat

Amanpour's Clueless Criticism of American Media's War News

Out-of-Touch CNN Star Brands U.S. Reporters "Afraid"