Interactive Media Bias Chart®

This Interactive Media Bias Chart® is a data visualization that displays measures of news (and “news-like”) articles and sources generated by analysts and staff of Ad Fontes Media. It reflects our most up-to-date ratings of all our rated articles and shows over time.

What’s New

  • Hover over a source to see overall reliability and bias scores and reach data.
  • Hover over any article to see its reliability and bias scores. Click to view the article for yourself and judge how you would have rated it
  • Click “Display article data” to see a scatter plot of each rated article
  • Click “Display source audience size” to view sources’ reach
  • Zoom in for a better view of each source, and to see the smaller reach bubbles
  • Search any news source by name to view it on the chart. Select multiple sources to compare them. View sources with or without their article data.
  • Use sliders to filter by reliability or bias scores
  • Select special views such as “Fox vs. CNN. vs. MSNBC”
  • Download any custom view of the Media Bias Chart you create! Note that this feature is for News Nerd and News Navigator Monthly Members. All downloaded versions are licensed for use under our Standard License.
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ABC News

Agence France-Presse

Al Jazeera

AL.com

AlterNet

American Greatness

American Independent

American Thinker

AP

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Axios

Baltimore Sun

BBC

Before It’s News

Big League Politics

Bill O’Reilly

Bipartisan Report

Bloomberg News

Breitbart

Business Insider

BuzzFeed

CBS News

Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Tribune

Christian Broadcasting Network

Christian Science Monitor

Christianity Today

CNBC

CNN Cable TV News Network

CNN.com

Common Dreams

Conservative Review

Consortium News

CounterPunch

Crooks and Liars

Current Affairs

Daily Beast

Daily Caller

Daily Kos

Daily Mail

Daily Signal

Daily Wire

Dallas Morning News

Democracy Now

Denver Post

Deseret News

Detroit Free Press

Detroit News

Epoch Times

FAIR

Fair Observer

Financial Times

Fiscal Times

FiveThirtyEight

Forbes

Foreign Policy

Fortune

Forward

Fox News

Fox News TV Cable Network

FreeSpeech

Glenn Beck

Good News Network

Hartford Courant

Hill Reporter

Houston Chronicle

HuffPost

In These Times

Independent Journal Review

Indianapolis Star

InfoWars

Jacobin

Jezebel

Judicial Watch

Kansas City Star

LA Times

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Life News

LifeZette

MarketWatch

MEDIAite

Military Times

Minnesota Star Tribune

Mother Jones

MSNBC

National Enquirer

National Review

Natural News

NBC News

New Republic

New York Daily News

New York Magazine

New York Post

New York Times

News and Guts

NewsBusters

Newsday

Newsmax

NewsNation Now

NewsPunch

Newsweek

Newsy

NJ.com

NOLA.com

NPR

OAN Network

Occupy Democrats

OZY

Palmer Report

Patch

Patribotics

PBS

PJ Media

Politico

Politicus USA

Popular Information

PragerU

ProPublica

Quartz

Quillette

Rasmussen Reports

Raw Story

Real News Network

RealClear Politics

Reason

RedState

Reuters

Roll Call

RT

Salon

Second Nexus

SFGate

Slate

Sojourners

South China Morning Post

Sputnik International News

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Stars and Stripes

Syracuse Post-Standard

Talking Points Memo

Tennessean

The Advocate

The American Conservative

The American Spectator

The Atlantic

The Blaze

The Bulwark

The Dispatch

The Economist

The Federalist

The Gateway Pundit

The Guardian

The Hill

The Independent

The Intercept

The Nation

The New Yorker

The Oregonian

The Progressive

The Right Scoop

The Root

The Skimm

The Weather Channel

The Week

TheGrio

ThinkProgress

Time Magazine

TMZ

Townhall

Truthout

Twitchy

UPI

UrNews24

US News and World Report

USA Today

Vanity Fair

Vice

Voice of America

Vox

Wall Street Journal

Washington Examiner

Washington Free Beacon

Washington Monthly

Washington Post

Washington Times

Western Journal

WND

Wonkette

WorldTruth.TV

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Reliability scores for articles and shows are on a scale of 0-64. Scores above 24 are generally acceptable; scores above 32 are generally good.

Bias scores for articles and shows are on a scale of -42 to + 42, with higher negative scores being more left, higher positive scores being more right, and scores closer to zero being the most neutral and/or balanced.

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