Julie Mastrine

AllSides Media Bias Rating™: Lean Right
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Julie Mastrine
Julie Mastrine
Bias Rating Lean Right
Type Author
Region National
What a Lean Right Bias Rating Means

The source displays media bias in ways that moderately align with conservative, traditional, libertarian, or right-wing thought and/or policy agendas.

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About Julie Mastrine's Bias Rating

Julie Mastrine is a author source with an AllSides Media Bias Rating™ of Lean Right.

Julie Mastrine is a writer and the Director of Marketing and Media Bias Ratings at AllSides.

What a "Lean Right" Rating Means

Sources with an AllSides Media Bias Rating of Lean Right display media bias in ways that moderately align with conservative, traditional, libertarian, or right-wing thought and/or policy agendas. A Lean Right bias is a moderately conservative rating on the political spectrum.

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Julie is AllSides' Director of Marketing and Media Bias Ratings. She has written extensively on the topic of media bias. She wrote the AllSides resource guide to Types of Media Bias, and helped to develop and currently oversees AllSides Media Bias Audits of news organizations and AllSides' media bias research to strengthen its media bias ratings. Julie's writing includes, What is Media Bias?Media Bias 101: How to Tell The Difference Between News, Analysis, and Opinion, Beyond Left v. Right: 14 Types of Ideological Bias, Why It's Important to Notice When Journalists Use Adjectives, and Slanted: How Partisan Media Use Data to Draw Wildly Different Conclusions.

Julie's work has been featured in USA Today (As America Falls Apart, We Need to Break Out of Our Social Media Bubbles), The Epoch Times (Why Americans Should Learn to Spot Media Bias), and The Federalist (‘Radicalized’ YouTuber Article Shows A New York Times Threatened By Conservative Competition). For AllSides, she has also written numerous blogs and resources, such as AllStances: Perspectives on Critical Race Theory, AllStances: Perspectives on Cancel Culture, media bias alerts, and more.

Julie has also written for Evie Magazine, a woman's publication. She has written numerous pieces such as Did Millennials Finally Kill Flirting?Sexual Liberation May Be Making Men Less Masculine, and Feminism's Biggest Lie Is That Women Don't Have Power.

Julie was previously a spokeswoman and PR advisor for political advocacy campaigns. In this role, she crafted campaign messaging and worked directly with reporters to promote political advocacy campaigns in the press. This experience led her to become concerned about the ways political bias permeates journalism, and fueled her desire to analyze and educate about media bias. She studied Journalism and Public Relations at Penn State University. Julie says she believes in "being a responsible member of the media who elevates truth and critical thinking."

After taking the AllSides Discover Your Bias test and Pew Research Center's Political Typology Quiz to measure her political leaning, she's been given an AllSides Media Bias Rating™ of Lean Right.


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As of June 2024, people have voted on the AllSides Media Bias Rating for Julie Mastrine. On average, those who disagree with our rating think this source has a Lean Right bias.

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As of June 2024, AllSides has medium confidence in our Lean Right rating for Julie Mastrine. An Editorial Review or Blind Bias Survey has affirmed this rating, or multiple reviews have returned differing results. If we perform more bias reviews and gather consistent data, this confidence level will increase.