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At AllSides, we believe there is no such thing as completely unbiased news. We're all biased, making it impossible to curate perfectly objective news.
Therefore, readers should not seek unbiased sources, but should instead consume news coverage across the political spectrum. In order to accomplish this, we have a list of sources that have been assigned media bias ratings using our patented bias rating technology.
Media organizations currently operate on a business model that seeks to make us angry at the "other side" in order to cultivate a partisan customer base, contributing to the increasing polarization seen in society today. By reading a breadth of coverage from Left to Right, readers can more effectively cut through partisanship and get a fuller picture of current events. What's more, exposure to other perspectives is vital to popping filter bubbles, which are the echo chambers that form when we only interact with ideas that we agree with.
There are several types of media bias, including tonal bias, gatekeeping bias, visibility bias, advertising bias, corporate bias, and concision bias, among others.
AllSides Balanced Search gives you recent news from outlets on all sides of the political spectrum so you can get the full picture.
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