Media Research Center

Exhibit 1-19: Indiana University Polls of Journalists

Following up on polls taken in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, the School of Journalism at Indiana University in 2002 and 2013 surveyed journalists across the profession to create a statistical ...
Media Research Center

Exhibit 1-2: Major Newspaper Reporters

In 1982, scholars at the California State University at Los Angeles asked reporters from the fifty largest U.S. newspapers for whom they voted in 1980. In that election, Republican Ronald Reagan ...

George Soros: Media Mogul

Lefty Businessman Spends Millions Funding Journalism

George Soros: Media Mogul: Executive Summary

Lefty Businessman Spends Millions Funding Journalism

Editor Bill Keller Wishes His Staff Would Stop Writing All These Books

Bill Keller hints his news staff is spending too much time writing books about their pets and concludes: "We indulge our writers because we want the talent happy, and because a little of their ...

Science Fiction

5 Years After: Networks Celebrate Al Gore's 'Inconvenient Truth,' Ignore Scientific Flaws, Criticism

Stimulus Two Years Later, Networks Ignore Obama's Failed Job Promise

Eight percent unemployment prediction rarely made broadcast evening news.

The Top 10 Economic Myths of 2010

Journalists' tall tales included praising GM for 'keeping faith' with taxpayers, comparing soda to cocaine, and attacking the Chamber of Commerce over baseless 'foreign money' claims.

Media Can't Decide Whether Espionage is Journalism

Clueless journalists seem more concerned about own careers than America's best interests.

Uncritical Condition

Network news fails to examine high cost and proven failures of government-run health care
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