Media Bias Chart Reveals 10 New Shows on November’s Podcast Edition

Media Bias Chart Reveals 10 New Shows on November’s Podcast Edition

Stay up to date on media bias trends with Ad Fontes Media’s monthly static chart



Ad Fontes Media’s monthly Media Bias Charts® provide a glimpse of media bias and reliability ratings for a selection of sources. Today we are highlighting November’s Podcast edition of our monthly static charts.

The 700 podcasts that have been rated thus far include more than 2.7K episodes altogether! We are featuring 62 of those podcasts on November’s static media bias chart. Why only 62? It would be quite crowded with all 700 podcasts on one chart. 

The good news is that if you wish to take a deep dive into the expansive data set of 2.7K episodes, you can explore them using the Interactive Media Bias Chart® on our website as well as our Media Bias Chart app, available for iPhone and Android. All together we have rated over 3.4K sources from multiple platforms including web/print, TV/video and podcast/audio. Become an annual subscriber today to have limited access to our data set, and search more sources than ever before! 

Whether you’re familiar or not with any of these podcasts, take a look and let us know what you think. Explore the complex world of online news and engage others in conversations with diverse points of view to better understand the news ecosystem and develop a healthy news diet.

In this month’s Podcast edition, there are 10 new sources making their debut.

  • Full Send Podcast
  • Girl and the Gov, The Podcast
  • Improve the News Podcast
  • Make Me Smart
  • Mo News Podcast
  • National Review’s Radio Free California Podcast
  • Quick Start Podcast
  • She Thinks Podcast
  • The Great Divide Podcast with Alan Jacoby
  • The Politics of Everything

Read more about how Ad Fontes rates the news or review our monthly static charts (subscribers only). Check back next month for more updates on your favorite podcast sources!

If you want to stay informed on all of the work being done by the Ad Fontes Media team, join our mailing list!

Color photo of Erin Fox-RamirezErin Fox-Ramirez is director of Ratings and Research for Ad Fontes Media, a PhD student in Psychology researching media and conspiracies. She has a MA in Media Psychology from Fielding Graduate University and a BS from Pennsylvania State University. Her previous work includes the DoD, the USPTO, and the RAND Corporation. A native to the Washington D.C. area, she is passionate about improving the news for all and believes strongly in the mission of Ad Fontes. She is a proud aunt, pet parent, and spends her spare time hiking, reading or kayaking in the low country.

Join over 40,000 others and stay informed
about updates to the
Media Bias Chart
(and more)
by subscribing to our newsletter!