Who We Are


Accuracy In Media is a non-profit, grassroots citizens watchdog of the news media that critiques botched and bungled news stories and sets the record straight on important issues that have received slanted coverage.

Contact Information
4350 East West Highway
Suite 555
Bethesda, MD 20814
Phone: (202) 364-4401
Fax: (202) 364-4098
E-mail: info@aim.org
For press inquiries or to schedule an interview with an AIM representative, please contact:
Spencer Irvine
202-364-4401, ext. 103

Staff Members:

Don Irvine


Chairman of Accuracy in Media and its sister organization Accuracy in Academia, directs the day-to-day operations of both organizations, and has been actively involved with AIM for over 30 years. He oversees AIM projects including the American Journalism Center (AJC), an internship training program for aspiring conservative student journalists, and the AIM Center for Investigative Journalism, launched in 2010 as another outlet for providing the public with objective, fact-based news reporting. He has interviewed Senators and Congressmen and is a former candidate for the Maryland State Senate. A strong promoter of new media technology such as Facebook and Twitter, Mr. Irvine’s popular blog is frequently re-published on influential conservative websites. (202 364 4401, Email) Full bio

Cliff Kincaid

Director of the AIM Center for Investigative Journalism

Joined AIM in 1978. He was Editor of the “AIM Report” from 2003 – 2010. A veteran journalist and media critic, he writes frequent columns and special reports, is the author of several books including The Death of Talk Radio?, and represents AIM at shareholders’ meetings of media companies. He has appeared on The Today Show, Hannity & Colmes, The O’Reilly Factor, The CBS Evening News, Lou Dobbs Tonight, and The Glenn Beck Show. He holds a B.A. in Journalism and Communications from the University of Toledo and previously wrote for Human Events, Oliver North’s Freedom Alliance, and served as a guest co-host on CNN’s Crossfire. Mr. Kincaid is also founder and president of America’s Survival (www.usasurvival.org).(443 964 8208, Email)
Full bio

Deborah Lambert

Director of Special Projects

Oversees the area of fundraising and donor relations for AIM. She is also a board member of Accuracy In Academia and writes a column for AIA’s monthly publication, Campus Report. A former antique dealer and freelance writer, she has served as AIM’s Public Relations Director and producer of AIM’s weekly TV show, The Other Side of the Story. Ms. Lambert was born and raised in Connecticut, and holds a B.A. in English from Columbia University. (202 364 4401, Email)

Roger Aronoff


He is also AIM’s Executive Secretary. Aronoff has worked as a journalist, TV producer, director, writer and distributor. He also hosts AIM’s show on BlogTalkRadio, “Take AIM.” Roger joined AIM in May of 1997 and has written, produced and directed award-winning documentaries including Confronting Iraq: Conflict and Hope, The Clinton Legacy and TWA 800: The Search for the Truth. Aronoff has appeared as a guest commentator on National Public Radio, Air America, CNN, Fox News, CNBC’s “Kudlow & Company,” Court TV, Russia Today, and CTV (Canadian TV), among others. A University of Texas graduate with a B.A. in History, Aronoff has worked as a freelance journalist in South Africa and a columnist for the Jewish Herald Voice.(202 364 4401, Email) Full bio

Megan Beth Lott

Vice President of Development

Megan Beth Lott is the Vice President of Development at AIM where she oversees all aspects of its fundraising operations. She brings over thirty years of experience in development within the public policy and charitable communities to AIM.

Megan graduated from The College of William and Mary with a B.A. in Government.  Formerly the Director of Development at the Media Research Center, Senior Director of Development at the Center for Individual Rights, and Senior Director of Membership and Development at the American Legislative Exchange Council, Megan has also raised funds for The Lab School of Washington, The National Council for Adoption, Citizens United, The Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute, and The Leadership Institute.  Megan is a Lifetime Member of the Lexington Who’s Who and has raised over $250 million for the causes she passionately believes in.

Mercedes Amaya

Mailroom Manager

Joined AIM in 1993. She currently handles all the inquiries of AIM online store’s customers and contributes her creativity to design original AIM buttons for various conferences and trade shows. A native of Ecuador, Mrs. Amaya lives with her husband and two children in suburban Maryland. (202 364 4401, Email)