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Avoiding the fake news trap.
Avoiding the Fake News Trap
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News Bias infographics summarize an analysis of the content of various news sources. While they use a formula or rubric to come up with their analysis, they are still approximations and not necessarily applicable to every item in the news source or other formats (e.g. CNN.com vs. CNN cable news).
Most people tend to think their favorite sources are moderate and reliable. How about yours?
All Side Media Bias Chart
AllSides rates online news sources as far right, right, center, left, and far left. Does not rate accuracy or credibility.
Ad Fontes Media Bias Infographic
Rates sources on bias as well as reliability. Frequently updated, so look at the menu for archives and potential updates. The Ad Fontes site also includes information about their analysis of individual news sources.
Dzwonkowski News Bias Infographic (2016)
By Luke Dzwonkowski. 2016. Creative Commons Licensed, Used with Permission.