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What is the most unbiased news channel?

Meme 2009/04/10 02:26:39
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  • Naime 2013/03/10 16:46:41 (edited)
    None of the above
    Naime
    They are ALL biased- especially MSNBC.
  • Steven Waltz 2013/02/28 22:13:49
    None of the above
    Steven Waltz
    NPR..I also use the AP app. Fox too far right, CNN too much personal commentary, MSNBC? However, I'll look at all to see whats out there. It very hard to get a true balanced view.
  • Angelo Cocchiaro 2012/10/12 04:46:49
    None of the above
    Angelo Cocchiaro
    CSPAN then CNN the rest are HORRIBLY BIASED. CNN is biased but not as badly as like MSNBC.
  • tylermount 2012/10/03 03:03:50
    Fox News
    tylermount
    No news organization is unbias. Fox often has both sides represented. I love Alan Colmes who has a radio program also. Bob Beckel also knows his stuff too. I'd never admit watching Faux to my friends, however.
  • vali.simmonsbrown 2012/09/12 17:57:10
    Fox News
    vali.simmonsbrown
    +1
    Fox news is the best news.
  • justin goldsworthy 2012/07/01 09:14:06
    None of the above
    justin goldsworthy
    The best 24 hour news channel at the moment is R.T hands down,also Democracy Now is good and the onion.
  • Jaesuk Kim 2012/04/25 00:40:32
    None of the above
    Jaesuk Kim
    Fox news and CNN are biased in the opposite ways. THey are both very biased but MSNBC is WAYY worse...
    CSpan, NPR is also okay.
  • Mr. Stark 2012/04/01 18:31:32
  • Jack Burton 2011/03/05 04:00:58
    None of the above
    Jack Burton
    DemocracyNow.org and the al-Jazeera Network are the only news stations worth watching. CNN, Fox, and MSNBC are filled with clowns.
  • tomhilfiger85 2010/06/13 15:43:48
    None of the above
    tomhilfiger85
    +3
    C-Span is the most unbiased.
    Faux News is the worst--"fair and balanced" is a joke; they give 83% of the time to right-wing candidates/reps & 17% to left-wing--watch
    http://video.google.com/video...
  • tomhilfiger88 2010/05/19 09:33:29
    None of the above
    tomhilfiger88
    +1
    C-Span. Fox News is the MOST biased. If you need proof, watch "OUTFOXED: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism." This is the kind of reporting Fox does: "It's unfair, it's slanted and it's a hit job. And I haven't even seen it yet."
    -Eric Shawn, FOX News Reporter on the movie
  • Reaper 2009/10/20 23:37:29
    Fox News
    Reaper
  • tomhilf... Reaper 2010/06/13 15:48:10
    tomhilfiger85
    +3
    This is proof that Fox is the worst: OUTFOXED

    http://video.google.com/video...

    "Some say...", "Some are saying...", or "Some people say..." is Fox's clever way of inserting political opinion, while ignoring journalistic integrity.




    Here is a list of the types of deception that Fox News has been caught in:

    Strategic Deception:
    disguises your objectives, intentions, strategies, and capabilities

    Operational Deception:
    confuses or diverts an adversary in regard to a specific operation or action you are preparing to conduct

    Tactical Deception:
    misleads others while they are actively involved in competition with you, your interests, or your forces

    "A" Type Deception:
    "Ambiguity Deception" geared toward creating general confusion

    "M" Type Deception:
    "Misleading Deception" designed to mislead an adversary into a specific and preconceived direction

    Fabrication:
    creation of false information or images to mislead an adversary as to your intentions and/or capabilities; deception via manufactured data (e.g., forgeries)
  • JJ 2009/10/17 19:20:51
    CNN
    JJ
    +2
    i lean toward cnn but really don't watch it enough to know. fox news is definitely NOT unbiased no matter how much they claim otherwise. they might bring democrats and liberals onto their shows but they attack them ruthlessly and don't let them get a word in edgewise. and when they discuss the current administration, fox anchors are condescending, negative and disrespectful. it's all fine and good to have your opinion but you can't call yourself unbiased if you won't even listen to the opposition's viewpoint.
  • Reaper JJ 2009/10/20 23:40:05
    Reaper
    you do not watch the news much, so you must be making a statement based upon what ?
  • tomhilf... Reaper 2010/06/13 15:41:50
    tomhilfiger85
    +2
    speaking of not watching, this is the kind of reporting Faux News does: "It's unfair, it's slanted and it's a hit job. And I haven't even seen it yet."
    -Eric Shawn, FOX News Reporter on the movie


    http://video.google.com/video...
  • frank bates 2009/10/15 10:56:08 (edited)
    Fox News
    frank bates
    +1
    the rest are kool aid drinking obama robots
  • Case Lee 2009/10/12 13:07:32
    Undecided
    Case Lee
    i think its extreamly hard to be unbiased! usually your views are your views and you feel strongly about them.
  • Ray 2009/08/28 18:30:07
    None of the above
    Ray
    +1
    I would have to say NPR or BBC Worldservice
  • Angellbabay 2009/04/10 09:49:22
    CNN
    Angellbabay
    +1
    They arnt super Obama as MSNBC is and They can actually say good things about democrates unlike Fox, but they can also get down and dirty...too
  • driley 2009/04/10 03:19:17
    Fox News
    driley
    +1
    There is only one
  • tomhilf... driley 2010/06/13 15:38:53
    tomhilfiger85
    +1
    only one? yeah, you sound like a Faux News watcher--might make a good "reporter" & you could join the war on journalism w/ Rupert Murdoch
    watch:
    http://video.google.com/video...
  • wyotech 2009/04/10 03:05:55
    Fox News
    wyotech
    +2
    Have actually heard both sides on Fox......have yet to hear anything even close from all the obama adoring channels....I want truth...not fairytales. I am an adult....I can handle the truth.
  • tomhilf... wyotech 2010/05/22 22:44:12
    tomhilfiger88
    +1
    you can't handle the TRUTH or you wouldn't be watching Fox... they are far right
  • Aarixan 2009/04/10 02:52:06
    None of the above
    Aarixan
    +1
    Local news.
  • Eddie 2009/04/10 02:42:59
    CNN
    Eddie
    +1
    No bias, no bull.
  • Margo 2009/04/10 02:35:37
    None of the above
    Margo
    +3
    ESPECIALLY not Fox.

    I don't think there is an unbiased news channel. Local news generally does it pretty well, though.
  • JerseyBoy 2009/04/10 02:33:04
    None of the above
    JerseyBoy
  • Dave Sawyer ♥ Child of God ♥ 2009/04/10 02:32:34
    Fox News
    Dave Sawyer ♥ Child of God ♥
    +6
    From what I've seen. They give both liberal and conservative views.
  • tomhilf... Dave Sa... 2010/06/13 15:34:14
    tomhilfiger85
    +3
    they give 83% of the time to right-wing candidates/reps & 17% to left-wing--watch
    http://video.google.com/video...
  • Dave Sa... tomhilf... 2010/06/13 15:42:40
    Dave Sawyer ♥ Child of God ♥
    +1
    Well, I'm a right-winger. At least I'm not shut out from hearing the other side.
  • tomhilf... Dave Sa... 2010/06/13 15:49:51
    tomhilfiger85
    +2
    they do a lot of straw-man, so it's kind of a joke to say you are getting the other side
  • Dave Sa... tomhilf... 2010/06/13 15:52:37
    Dave Sawyer ♥ Child of God ♥
    +2
    I actually get to hear the Liberals speak. On CNN the reporters tell us what the people meant to say.
  • Bill Bu... Dave Sa... 2010/09/03 05:48:16
    Bill Burger
    +1
    you get to hear the Liberals that know if they step "out of line" according to the right, they won't be asked to come back

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