Since 1987 the News Analysis Division, led by
Brent H. Baker, the MRC's
Steven P.J. Wood Senior Fellow and Vice President for Research and
Publications, has worked to bring political balance to the nation's news
media by documenting and countering liberal bias from television network
news shows and major print publications. Through the News Analysis
Division, the MRC is the Leader in Documenting, Exposing and
Neutralizing Liberal Media Bias.
CyberAlerts track the latest instances of media bias and alerts readers to stories the major media are ignoring. Readers can receive the almost daily publication via e-mail by filling out the form that can be found at the end of each
Media Reality Check
A weekly fax report by Director of Media Analysis Tim Graham
or Director of Research
Rich Noyes, on major
stories that have been distorted or ignored.
A bi-weekly compilation of the most outrageous, sometimes humorous, quotes in the liberal media.
Best of Notable
MRC President L. Brent Bozell III’s latest take on the
media and entertainment.
The MRC's blog launched in the summer ofr 2005,
NewsBusters is dedicated to exposing and
correcting liberal media bias through timely
postings 24/7 -- often illustrated by video
Devoted to documenting and exposing the liberal
political agenda of the New York Times, TimesWatch is a one-stop source for all the
latest proof of bias in America's most
Media Bias Videos
updated collection of clips illustrating
instances of liberal media bias or other
humorous incidents in the media.
MRC on TV
All of the
Media Research Center’s television appearances,
including interviews with MRC President Brent
“See & Hear the
Bias” archive, with additional video clips of
media bias from previous years.
Special Reports are studies that focus on the media's coverage of specific issues.
News Analysis Division media advisories and statements from MRC President L. Brent Bozell III.
The annual Dishonors Awards highlights the worst instances of liberal media bias from the previous year. The section includes video of prominent conservatives who act as Accepters and Presenters at the event and every quote that was nominated in a given year.
These profiles document the biased comments and actions of prominent journalists. Includes sections on Dan Rather, Katie Couric,
Meredith Vieira, Bryant Gumbel, George Stephanopoulos and former
New York Times Executive Editor Howell Raines.
Media Bias Basics
A compilation of 25 years of
scholarly research into the beliefs, attitudes
and political agendas of journalists. Sections
include: How the Media Vote, Journalists’
Political Views, How the Public Views the Media,
Admissions of Liberal Bias and Denials of
Worst of the Week 2004
As part of the MRC’s
"Tell the Truth!" 2004 campaign, the Worst of the Week award singled out the worst media bias of the preceding week. Most of these weekly report cards on the media’s liberal bias also included a video excerpt of the offending stories.
special features document the media’s biased coverage – or their
lack of coverage – of topics that seem to dominate the news agenda
for a short time and then fade from sight. There are sections on
prescription drug coverage, Vice President Dick Cheney’s links to
Halliburton and former President Jimmy Carter’s trip to Cuba.
MRC Op-Ed pieces are written by the MRC staff and appear as they were published in newspapers and magazines including the
Wall Street Journal, Investor's Business Daily and National
A retired MRC publication. It reviewed news coverage from Time,
Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report.
Published from 1988 through May 1999,
MediaWatch was the original MRC newsletter dedicated to exposing and documenting liberal bias in news coverage.
MediaNomics -- News and analysis about what the media are telling, and not telling, Americans about the free market system.
This is a group of disparate MRC publications and compilations that have been completed over the past 10 years. It includes the Gulf War II Resource Page, an Enduring the Media section on the post-September 11 War on Terrorism coverage, sections on celebrities, op-ed pieces from the MRC staff, speeches from MRC President L. Brent Bozell and an excerpt from the MRC’s 1994 book
How to Identify Liberal Media