Media Reality Check

Occasional reports and mini-studies documenting distorted coverage and/or media omissions.

No Media Apologies for Bush-Lied Mistake

Washington Post Implies, ABC Accuses Bush of Knowingly Misleading Public on WMD in Iraq

Covering Saddam's Shenanigans, Not His Crimes

ABC, CBS, and NBC's Trial News Stresses Ex-Dictator's Outbursts, Not Evidence or Victims' Testimony

ABC'S SELECTIVE REPORTING OF LATEST "BAD NEWS FOR BUSH" POLL

MOST SAY IRAQ WAR HAS AIDED U.S. SECURITY AND AGREE WITH NSA SURVEILLANCE OF TERRORISTS, BUT ABC WON'T SAY SO ON TELEVISION

TV Tries To Sink Bush With Weighted Poll

Liberal Networks Show Their Bias By Pouncing On CBS Poll Based On A Skewed Anti-Bush Sample

Our Top Story: Don't You Dare Ignore Us

White House Reporters Furious that a Corpus Christi Newspaper Was First to Learn of Cheney Shooting

Media: Bush Is Guilty, Now Let's Begin Trial

MRC Study: ABC, CBS and NBC Paint NSA Surveillance As Criminal Scheme, Not Tool to Fight Terror

No End to Media's Defeatism on Iraq War

MRC Study: Amid Iraq Progress, Networks Continue to Emphasize Violence and Calls for Withdrawal

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
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