Media Bias

Media Research Center

Exhibit 1-6: Journalists - Who Are They, Really?

In 1992, Indiana University journalism professors David H. Weaver and G. Cleveland Wilhoit surveyed 1,410 journalists who "work for a wide variety of daily and weekly newspapers, radio and ...
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Exhibit 1-5: Survey of Business Reporters

A 1988 poll by a New York-based newsletter, Journalist and Financial Reporting, surveyed 151 business reporters from over 30 publications ranging from the Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, USA ...
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Exhibit 1-4: U.S. Newspaper Journalists

In 1985, the Los Angeles Times conducted one of the most extensive surveys of journalists in history. Using the same questionnaire they had used to poll the public, the Times polled 2,700 ...
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Exhibit 1-3: The American Journalist

In late 1982 and early 1983, Indiana University journalism professors David H. Weaver and G. Cleveland Wilhoit surveyed more than 1,000 journalists, and reported the results in their 1986 book, ...

Ron Paul Warns of Violence from Pending Dollar Crisis; Says Israel Strike on Iran the Trigger

Host Beck says left, media would blame right for 'any kind of violence.'

ABC's Push for Stark Regulation

Hyping recent E. coli cases, reporter Lisa Stark pushed liberal calls for new government agency to regulate food industry from 'farm to fork.'

Have a Holly Jolly ... Something

Despite retailers' move back toward 'Merry Christmas,' journalists are three times as likely to offer 'Happy Holidays.'

Fox's O'Reilly Forgot to Factor in CSPI's Leftist Leanings

Host didn't remind viewers of food police's pro-litigation, pro-regulation agenda, even as he called for more regulation.

Dobbs Bashes South Korea Trade Deal

War on reality continues with anti-free trade rhetoric.

A $7-Billion Omission

Network newscasts continue to ignore Fannie Mae fiasco's scope, even the final tally of the cost.
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