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Mar 22 2018
The mission for AllSides is to free people from filter bubbles so they can better understand each other and the world.AllSides
What are filter bubbles? AllSides frees people from filter bubbles so they can better understand the world — and each other.
Sep 27 2019
Popping the Filter Bubble
AllSides CEO and co-founder John Gable recently joined Joan Blades, co-founder of AllSides for Schools and founder of MoveOn.org and Living Room Conversations, on The Bob Zadek Show to discuss filter bubbles: media echo chambers that expose us only to people and information that confirm our existing ideas and beliefs. Tune in to learn how AllSides and Living Room Conversations work to combatAllSides Staff
Nov 10 2017
Popping Filter Bubbles in Higher Education
Editor's Note: At AllSides, we have several educational programs that expose students to different ideas because we view diversity of thought as an integral part of the educational experience. This blog post explores the pros and cons of the current higher ed system and how, overall, students could benefit from increased exposure to academic ideals that fall outside of their filter bubbles.John Kesler
Mar 30 2021
AllSides Live: Media Bias & Filter Bubbles
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
Mar 09 2020
Living in a News Filter Bubble During Coronavirus
You stroll into work on Monday, fresh off another much-too-short weekend. As you toss your jacket on the chair, your cubicle neighbor pitches their routine small-talk: “Read the news this weekend?”
Of course you did. But which news?
If you’re like many Americans, you may get your news inside an ideological filter bubble, where you’re only exposed to viewpoints you already agreeHenry A. Brechter
Aug 13 2020
Coverage of Harris as VP Pick Creates Partisan Filter Bubbles
For much of the past week, the media has largely set aside the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic to go all in on coverage of Joe Biden picking Kamala Harris as his running mate.
To the surprise of few, the way any given news outlet covered the decision likely hinted at its editorial bias. Yes, this represents the new and widely acknowledged norm. But as long as millions of readers maintainHenry A. Brechter
Jun 17 2021
Media Bias Alert: Divided Coverage of Harris Fuels Filter Bubbles
There are — as there almost always are —more than two sides to Vice President Kamala Harris’ management of her immigration assignment from President Joe Biden. But for the dedicated followers of biased media, it’s likely only one “reality” prevails.
As you’ll see from the headlines shown below, reports from left-rated media often tend to paint the assignment as a political challengeHenry A. Brechter