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Feb 28 2024
An estimated 280 million users depend on Google News, a news aggregator that sources from over 50,000 outlets worldwide. However, a recent study by AllSides Media suggests that these sources might not be as unbiased as users believe.
During a two-week analysis, AllSides discovered that left-leaning sources constituted 63% of Google News content in 2023, a slight increase from 61% in theStraight Arrow News
What do the media bias ratings mean? These are subjective judgements made by people across the country. Here is our rough approximation for what the media bias ratings mean:
Sep 07 2023
What’s the bias of AllSides? AllSides Headline Roundups were rated Center (0.43) by people across the political spectrum in the Aug. 2023 Blind Bias Survey.
The rating of Center was extremely consistent — every bias group, gender, and age group rated AllSides as Center on average.
We often see groups rating the same news outlet differently. For instance, in the JuneAllSides Staff
How does AllSides determine the Media Bias Rating for sources, writers, news media and more? AllSides Media Bias Ratings™ are fluid.
Feb 23 2024
“Be Evil” should be Google’s new motto these days. The anti-free speech Big Tech giant has continued its sordid habit of suppressing right-leaning media sources while inundating users with left-leaning content.
A new analysis from media solutions company AllSides once again found that Google News is overwhelmingly elevating news media from “the left” while burying news media from “theNewsBusters
Oct 04 2021
NPR online news is a source that AllSides struggles to rate — its content continually appears to be on the border of Center and Lean Left. We have even discussed if we should create a Center-Left category for sources like this.
The AllSides team, which contains people across the political spectrum, opted to keep NPR Center during a Sept. 2021 Editorial Review. This was largelyJulie Mastrine
Feb 28 2024
This blog is tracking major news, updates, poll data, examples of media bias and more on the 2024 U.S. elections, especially the 2024 presidential race.
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Mar 30 2021
AllSides Live, our Instagram Live show, recently featured Julie Mastrine, AllSides Director of Marketing. Julie has worked in online media for years. Her work involves spreading the word about AllSides, running our marketing strategy, and writing about media bias and media literacy. Tune in to hear her discuss online filter bubbles and how to spot media bias with our host, AllSides BrandAllSides Staff
Feb 12 2024
News media on the left and right showed bias in coverage of Tucker Carlson’s (Right bias) interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, which was released on Feb. 8.
AllSides compared a handful of headlines from NPR (Lean Left bias), CNN (Lean Left bias), The Washington Post (Lean Left bias), NBC (Lean Left bias), Breitbart (Right bias), The Daily Caller (Right), National Review (Julie Mastrine
Jan 23 2019
AllSides has rated the media bias of nearly 600 media outlets and writers, from The New York Times to The Blaze to BuzzFeed and everything between and beyond. We assess media outlets using a patented and transparent media bias rating methodology.
Learn more about how we do it in the video below.
Unlike other media bias rating sites, AllSides does not base its ratings onJulie Mastrine