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At the Search page, type in a news publication, e.g. CNN, under Dedicated Media Search. MBFC provide information on both bias (least biased, left-center bias, right-center bias, left bias, right bias, and extreme) and level of factual reporting. to learn more about its reporting and bias. MBFC explains how it determines bias in its Methodology section.
Each news source is classified into categories: center, lean left bias, lean right bias, left bias and right bias. AllSides determines its bias ratings through blind surveys, third party data, and community feedback. AllSides also features news on specific issues from the center, right, and left.
How to Choose Your News
How do we choose which news to consume? Get the scoop on how opinions and facts affect the news and how to tell them apart (Damon Brown, TED-Ed, 4:48)
Bias is a preference. Many publishers offer information from the perspective of the editorial board. This chart, compiled by Vanessa Otero, a practicing attorney in Denver, Colorado, is her attempt to educate people about the way some popular news sources present the news. Click the chart to visit the interactive version of the chart. Use the index on the bottom to visit where individual sources fall on the chart.