If you want the facts you might try other sources. Politico maybe or perhaps checking things on factcheck.org? (don't tell me Politico is "left", it's what GWB reads every day)
I don't mind hearing opinions from other directions...as long as they are labelled as such (editorial, opinions, entertainment). But I expect news to be the facts. No twisted facts, no soundbyte taken out of context, no exaggeration, no reporting of only part of the story. It seems deceptive for news shows to handle themselves otherwise. I want Walter Kronkite, thank you.
If I listen to anyone (as far as news) I need to trust that what they say is indeed factual...or why would I listen? If I want conservative political entertainment I can listen to Limbaugh or someone like him (and do on occasion). There are a number of choices.
I don't watch much of any TV news, so it is hard for me to compare. But my mother does watch Fox and I hear opinion spouted during routine reporting, so much, that it's clearly at attempt to distort things. It's not just a rant by Bill O'Reilly or something, it's just sprinkled throughout.
I am moderately liberal socially, and moderately conservative financially. Moderate is key in both I suppose. I have heard a number of things on Fox that I find downright offensive and some of the contributors seem to be the last people in the world I want to be like...but that's purely personal.
Maybe that would be a good HUB for someone with an interest in politics...websites with the most factual political reporting...but who's to judge?