8/26/2014 12:55 AM ET
New on August 25: ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos fretted re ISIS: “Is there a danger here of over-reacting?”
8/18/2014 8:31 AM ET
When it comes to news coverage, reporters almost always identify the
political party of a Republican caught in a scandal, but when the
culprit is a Democrat, the party label is usually left ...
6/19/2014 1:59 PM ET
In its annual survey
of the public's faith in 17 key institutions, TV news has fallen to a
new low, with only the U.S. Congress ranking below it in terms of public
esteem. Just 18 percent of ...
5/19/2014 2:08 PM ET
Following up on polls taken in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, the School of Journalism at Indiana University in 2002 and 2013 surveyed journalists across the profession to create a statistical ...
4/1/2014 10:33 PM ET
It's time for America's Spanish-speaking media to know: you're being
watched. Will they be fair? Or will they tilt left?
1/21/2014 3:39 PM ET
CEI’s Horner provides three key questions for journalists if they want a more detailed debate.
1/13/2014 4:14 PM ET
A trio of polls conducted during 2013 showed that, by a wide margin, many more Americans see a liberal bias in the news media than a tilt in favor of conservatives.
1/13/2014 4:05 PM ET
A Rasmussen poll taken in the summer of 2012 found that, as in past years, the public perceived the media providing more favorable news coverage to the Democratic nominee.
1/7/2014 3:05 PM ET
In 1995, Stanley Rothman and Amy E. Black "partially replicated the earlier Rothman-Lichter" survey of the media elite.
1/6/2014 5:22 PM ET
Prior to the 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2012 presidential elections, the online Slate magazine surveyed its staff to find out how they intended to vote.