The BBC News media bias is largely believed to be neutral, but the corporation has been criticized occasionally for having some liberal bias in their stories. One BBC anchor, Andrew Marr, stated that the BBC is not neutral, in fact the organization has some cultural liberal bias in many news stories. It was not specified if whether this referred to all BBC news coverage, or just editorial pieces.
On Dec 27, 2013, the AllSides Bias Rating™ for BBC was center. This rating represents the bias for the news pages published online, but does not reflect opinion or editorial content. As of July 2016, a small majority of nearly 800 AllSides users who voted on The BBC's bias rating disagree with our rating of center, but those who disagree are split on whether it is left or right, so at this point the BBC bias rating remains center.
According to the 2014 Pew Research Study, Where News Audiences Fit On the Political Spectrum, 26% of BBC readers hold political values to the political center or with mixed values. Roughly 60% of BBC’s audience holds left or left-of-center political values (compared with 38% of all respondents to the survey). About 13% of BBC’s audience holds right or right-of-center political values (compared with 26% of all respondents to the survey).
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The British Broadcasting Corporation is a public service broadcaster that was founded in 1922 by John Reith. Based in the United Kingdom, BBC is the largest broadcaster in the world with approximately 35,000 total employees, attracting an estimated weekly audience of 76 million, and broadcasting worldwide in 28 languages. The BBC World News channel is a 24-hour information outlet that broadcasts a diverse mix of news, such as sports, weather, business, and current affairs. Until the television became culturally significant, the BBC was broadcasted on the radio throughout the United Kingdom. The radio reached every family in the UK, which was important during World War II.
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