Ad Fontes Media’s mobile app can help you evaluate the quality of news sources on the go.
With the Media Bias Chart mobile app, you can easily look up THOUSANDS of news and “news-like” sources. Good thing, because it can be confusing out there – the number of news sources called the “Daily”-something alone is staggering.
Discover the difference between the Daily Local News, Daily Beast, Daily Caller, Daily Mail, Daily Kos, and all the other Dailys you can and can’t think of.
You can also explore the underlying article and episode ratings for each news source, sort by reliability categories, and (best of all, I think), easily share images from the app. So helpful when someone shares an article on social media!
With the Ad Fontes #MediaBiasChart mobile app, you can easily look up THOUSANDS of news and “news-like” sources.
Download it on the App Store or Google Play Store and let us know what you think! pic.twitter.com/GDIn2gqk0j
— Ad Fontes Media (@adfontesmedia) July 18, 2023
Vanessa Otero is a former patent attorney in the Denver, Colorado, area with a B.A. in English from UCLA and a J.D. from the University of Denver. She is the original creator of the Media Bias Chart (October 2016), and founded Ad Fontes Media in February of 2018 to fulfill the need revealed by the popularity of the chart — the need for a map to help people navigate the complex media landscape, and for comprehensive content analysis of media sources themselves. Vanessa regularly speaks on the topic of media bias and polarization to a variety of audiences.