Rich Noyes

Research Director

Rich Noyes is the MRC’s Research Director and one of the nation’s foremost experts on the news media and politics. Noyes has discussed the media’s liberal bias on the Fox News Channel, CNN, MSNBC and dozens of radio talk shows, and has authored articles which have appeared in the Journal of Political Science, New York Post, Investor’s Business Daily, Roll Call and Human Events. (More)

Author Articles

New Anchor's Record of Liberal Advocacy

As ABC's White House Correspondent, New Nightline Anchor Terry Moran Pushed a Liberal Agenda

Media's Post-Election Spin Favors Democrats

In 1997, GOP Wins Spun as Happiness with Clinton's Status Quo; Now Reporters See Anti-Bush Anger

Alito the Extremist, Ginsburg the Moderate?

In 1993, Networks Touted Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a "Moderate" and Omitted Her Conservative Critics

Morbid Networks Tout Iraq War's "Milestone"

ABC, CBS and NBC Skip Army Soldier's Heroics; ABC and CBS Downplay Democratic Constitution

TV's Depressing, Defeatist Coverage of Iraq War

MRC Study: Networks Paint Dark Picture of War Effort, Emphasizing Terrorist Attacks and U.S. Deaths
Media Research Center

TV's Bad News Brigade

ABC, CBS and NBC's Defeatist Coverage of the War in Iraq

Celebrating the Media's Bush-Bashing "Passion"

Journalists Refused to Tilt in America's Favor after 9/11, But Are Praised For Biased Hurricane Coverage

Interested in Connected Dots or Blaming Bush?

In 2002, Network News Breathlessly Touted Charge That "Bush Knew" In Advance of 9/11 Plot

Announcing Another Way to Fight Liberal Bias

MRC Launches NewsBusters.org, an Interactive Web Log Dedicated to Exposing the Media's Tilt

"Defiant" Bush Sends "Damaged Goods" to UN

Networks React with Indignation to Bush's Recess Appointment, But Praised Clinton's '97 "Solution"

Extreme Conservatives vs. Unlabeled Liberals

MRC Study: Six Times More "Conservative" than "Liberal" Labels on Network News Since Election Day

Slanting the News Against Terri Schiavo

ABC, CBS and NBC Evening News Coverage Favors Those Who Would Stop Feeding Disabled Woman

Good Riddance to Dan Rather's Rotten Bias

For Decades, the Liberal CBS Anchorman Twisted the News to Help Liberals and Hurt Conservatives

Election Triumph Belies Network Naysayers

Strong Turnout by Iraqi Voters and Relative Calm Contradict Many Journalists' Pessimistic Predictions

CBS's Bias Won't End When Rather Exits

John Roberts, the Front-Runner to Take Rather's Chair, Twists News Stories to Favor a Liberal Agenda

New Anchorman, Same Old Liberal Bias

NBC News Anchor Brian Williams Lionizes Liberals, Castigates Conservatives and Blames America First

Peddling a "Cure" Worse than the Disease

FMP Study: Networks Tout Alleged Harm of Global Warming But Hide Massive Costs of Kyoto Treaty

The Times: All the News That Fits Our Spin

Paper Smears Its Front Page With Bad News for Bush, Editor Worries Press Is Too Nice to the President

Bill Clinton Boom, George W. Bush Gloom

Economic Numbers in 1996 and 2004 Very Similar, But the Media Spin Depends on Who's President