Ad Fontes Media’s November chart highlights media bias across TV news

The Media Bias Chart Adds 8 TV Shows

Ad Fontes Media’s November chart highlights media bias across TV news



Ad Fontes Media’s monthly static charts provide a snapshot of media bias and reliability ratings for a selection of news and news-like sources. Today we are highlighting the TV edition of our monthly static charts (subscribers only).

Of the more than 430 TV shows we have rated (that’s more than 2,700 episodes!), we are highlighting 62 shows on November’s static Media Bias Chart®. Why only 62? It would be impossible to see all 430 shows on one chart. Because there’s limited space on the static chart, we invite you to check out other rated TV shows on the Interactive Media Bias Chart online. 

All together we have 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! 

Today, our spotlight is on the TV/Video Edition, where eight sources are making their debut on the chart. 

Whether or not you’re already acquainted with the shows we’re highlighting this month, we encourage you to explore them and share your thoughts. Dive into the diverse world of TV programming, from your longtime favorites to any recently discovered entries on the chart. Engage in conversations surrounding media bias and reliability in our constantly evolving media landscape to better understand and develop a healthy news diet.

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 TV sources!

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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.

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