Without a doubt in the USA C.N.N. is the least biased. In Canada its Global hope that helps.
NPR...its radio though.
Almost all broadcast is funded by advertising, and has motive to lean in a direction.
NPR is unbiased? And if I told you wolverines make good house pets, would you believe me?
There is absolutely zero doubt in my mind - FOX News is the very least biased TV news station...
All major media outlets, the Associated Press, and Reuters are ultimately controlled by Nathan de Rothschild, CEO of N.M. Rothschild and Sons, international criminal banking syndicate. . . .so, you tell me, is there any media outlet that doesn't have a globalist zionism bent?
Either the BBC or Euronews are the most objective news channels I have found on my travels, although if the BBC was to be looked at only in the context of its news broadcasting it would win outright.
Al Jazeera is the only news channel worth watching in my opinion. If you combine watching this with dipping in and out of wikileaks you'll get a good overview of what's actually happening in the world.
by Scott S Bateman 2 years ago
I'm always amazed at how many people don't understand Fox News. It has a successful business strategy of appealing to people's conservative biases, which is why a majority of viewers are conservative Republicans.Fox is not a news channel that seeks the truth. It provides reporting and commentary...
by A B Williams 14 months ago
Tuned into the News this morning, first Story;a man, Oscar Lopez Rivera, involved in over 100 bombings across America, was being Honored in a Parade...on American soil.2nd Story; A Play, Shakespeare in the Park, same City as the Parade, New York,but in this Play, Julius Caesar...
by nicomp really 5 years ago
Is there any local news channel that is not on my side?Inquiring minds want to know.
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
It's funny how liberals are always talking about how FOX lies, but they don't think MSNBC does. I try to watch a little of all the news in order to get a somewhat balanced picture. The other night, Debbie Wasserman Schultz said on MSNBC that PACs, special interest groups, and big business are not...
by aka-dj 6 years ago
The meaning of the word is "good news".So, if it is GOOD news, why do so many make it out as BAD?What does The Gospel mean to you? Why?PLEASE, NO nastiness!!!
by Zubair Ahmed 6 years ago
Are you watching the news and do you trust everything you hear in respect of Syria?We now know the lies, the propaganda, the half-truths and everything in-between we got fed by our governments and its mass communication channels the news outlets, in-respect of 911, Afghanistan, Iraq - DO YOU NOW...
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