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Jan 17 2020
AllSides frequently provides case studies that illustrate how media bias appears. Read more about the 11 Types of Media Bias here.
Media bias manifests in many different ways — on this blog, we’ve shown you how it can appear as bias by omission, sensationalism, and bias by placement. We’ve identified 11 different types of media bias to watch out for. Another obvious way bias manifestsJulie Mastrine
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Feb 12 2019
A Washington Post columnist writes about how media bias towards the center crowds out political views on the left and right, while a New York Times reporter comes up with his own 6 forms of media bias. AllSides writes about how a Center rating doesn't necessarily mean unbiased.AllSides New York Times (Opinion) Washington Post
Aug 27 2021
After at least 13 US service members and more than 100 Afghans were killed in attacks by Islamic terrorists near the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan on Thursday — the deadliest incident for U.S. troops in Afghanistan since 2011 — President Joe Biden gave a press conference. AllSides noticed many news outlets led with a particular photo of Biden from the presser — an image of the presidentJulie Mastrine
Sep 23 2021
From the Right
This piece is from an author rated as Lean Right.
Media bias by photo was on display as the press covered the recent migrant crisis in Del Rio, Texas, where over 16,000 unauthorized migrants have recently streamed across the border to a makeshift encampment under a bridge.
A photo of a Border Patrol agent appearing to whip a migrant was widely shared inJulie Mastrine
Sep 09 2021
A viral story about Oklahoma hospitals overflowing with people who'd overdosed on horse dewormer turned out to be misleading, but not until several major news sources had elevated the misinformation. The claim that emergency rooms were backed up with overdosing patients, which originally came from a rural Oklahoma doctor, has since been disputed by one Oklahoma hospital and has not beenNew Republic Columbia Journalism Review National Review
Sep 09 2020
The Hill (Center media bias) recently faced charges of media bias and fake news after it tweeted a headline about Trump’s recent rally in North Carolina that didn’t match what was shown in the accompanying photo, then deleting it.
“JUST IN: Trump, supporters gathered without masks in North Carolina despite request from local GOP official,” read the headline, alongside a photo showingJulie Mastrine
Sep 30 2020
"A pioneer devoted to equality."
That was The Washington Post's headline about Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
But when Justice Antonin Scalia died, the headline was, "Supreme Court conservative dismayed liberals."
When the founder of ISIS was killed, the headline was: "Austere religious scholar at helm of Islamic State, dies."
But when President Donald Trump's brother died,John Stossel
Feb 27 2022
As Russia carries on its invasion of Ukraine, news outlets across the spectrum have highlighted a number of pictures and videos that help illustrate what the conflict currently looks like.
Photographers from The New York Times (Lean Left bias) and Reuters (Center bias) are on the ground in Ukraine providing Americans a closer look at the ongoing military invasion. Many photos featureNew York Times (News) Breitbart News BBC News