Navigating Media Bias on the Web: A Look at the September Edition of the Media Bias Chart

Navigating Media Bias on the Web: A Look at the September Edition of the Media Bias Chart

Ad Fontes Media debuts 11 sources on its monthly static web chart



Of the more than 2.1K Web sources that have been rated, we are highlighting 139 of them on September’s static media bias chart. Why only 139? It would be impossible to see all 2.1K sources on one static chart. Altogether, that’s more than 58,000 articles! It would be quite crowded with all of those articles on one chart, so we choose to highlight a selection of sources each month. The good news is, if you want to investigate the 58,000 articles that are included in the 2.1K web sources, you have the opportunity to do so on the interactive one

The Interactive Media Bias Chart® includes all of the podcasts, TV shows, and websites we have rated at your fingertips. 

All together we have over 3K sources from multiple platforms including web/print, TV/video and podcast/audio. Search up to five sources per day for FREE on our Interactive Media Bias Chart, and see where your source lands.

In this month’s Web edition, there are 11 sources making their debut. Whether you’re familiar or not with any of these outlets, take a look and let us know what you think:

  • CalMatters
  • City Limits
  • Dollars & Sense
  • Iowa Starting Line
  • Legal Insurrection
  • Shooting Illustrated
  • Straight Arrow News
  • Tom’s Guide
  • Upward News
  • WomensHealth.News

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 Web 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. She is a proud aunt, pet parent, and spends her spare time hiking, reading or kayaking in the low country.

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