Bias - Steven Kaplan Prof Edwards MS 101 April 7 2008 News Bias It is easy to see that different news station favor certain political sides Fox

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Steven Kaplan Prof. Edwards MS 101 April 7, 2008 News Bias It is easy to see that different news station favor certain political sides. Fox News, New York Times, and National Public Radio all have different views on the political world. They all go about making their viewers believe what they are hearing in just about the same way. I felt that the New York Times gave the most information because they were more specific and detailed when they were providing the information. Fox News Channel is definitely the most biased news station. It is sometimes called the central hub of all conservative movement. Conservative politicians and activists praise the network. Fox, however, argues that it is the only unbiased network out there. So far this has not worked too well because more and more people have joined in on the protest of the station. They do not care about anyone else’s ideas and views as shown on the Bill O’Reilly factor. O’ Reilly argues with all of his guests that disagree with them. He then follows up on his next show by saying
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course MS 101 taught by Professor Edwards during the Spring '08 term at Sacread Heart University.

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Bias - Steven Kaplan Prof Edwards MS 101 April 7 2008 News Bias It is easy to see that different news station favor certain political sides Fox

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