*Updated chart coming soon!*

Media Bias Chart: Version 4.0

This is the most recent version of the chart, updated August 2018.

See this post explaining the updates.

Media Bias Chart 4.0: What’s New

To find sources on the chart, you can use this table below. All sources are listed alphabetically with chart coordinates next to them. If you want, you can sort them by coordinates to see how they rank top to bottom and left to right, or vice versa. We’ll roll out more interactive features soon!

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See what our plans are for the next phase of

the Media Bias Chart, and how you can help, in the video below. 

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Media Bias Chart 4.0: What’s New

We’re working on putting out a new interactive web versions of this chart soon which will include many more sources and the top most requested features. To support us in this effort, you can chip in here: Support This Work

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Below are sub-charts that rank individual shows on each network. Right now we have these sub-charts for CNN, FOX, MSNBC, and TYT Network, but we’ll be coming out with more sub-charts in the near future. For more on how these shows were ranked, see this post:

How Ad Fontes Ranks News Sources

TYT Network

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