Media Watchdogs

Accuracy in Media

Encourage members of the media to report the news fairly and objectively--without resorting to bias or partisanship.

American Journalism Review

Publication examines how the media cover specific stories and broader coverage trends.

Columbia Journalism Review

Features current and past issues, journalism tools, along with subscription and advertising information.

FAIR

Bimonthly magazine of well-documented media criticism, published by FAIR.

Media Research Center

501(c)(3) research and education organization attempts to educate the public on bias in the media. Includes background, analysis, and resources.

Media Watch

Disputes the abusive stereotypes and other one-sided presentations commonly found in the contemporary media.

MediaChannel.org

Media issues supersite, featuring criticism, breaking news, and investigative reporting from hundreds of organizations worldwide.

Newsbusters

Matthew Sheffield and Greg Sheffield document and expose the liberal media bias.

Nieman Watchdog

Watchdog group encouraging the media to ask more probing questions at every level.

On the Media

Covers print, broadcast, and Internet media in citing biases and authority interventions in the presentation of news and current affairs.

ProjectCensored.org

Media watchdog devoted to informing it's visitors of news they might not otherwise be exposed to.

Stats

Georgetown Mason University's media watch endeavor seeks to probe into the facts and figures behind the news.

Tell The Truth

Organization taking an activist look at the upcoming elections and working to keep the media un-biased.

Tyndall Report

Presents a survey-related, demographic, and interpretive monitoring of American TV networks' weekday nightly newscasts.

WanttoKnow.info

Posts news and information in an effort to expose cover-ups and under reported information.

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