Accuracy in Media

It has been an incredible 50 years for Accuracy in Media. Founded in 1969 by the legendary Reed Irvine, we have successfully educated millions of Americans about radical bias in the mainstream media.

However, fake news is proliferating more than ever, and not just among traditional media outlets. Social media titans like Facebook and Twitter have become the most popular places to consume news — but they are openly blocking freedom-oriented viewpoints from being shared. For that reason, our organization is making a change of direction, and we are thrilled to announce a change of personnel.

We have hired Adam Guillette, the new president of Accuracy in Media. Adam previously served as a vice president for James O’Keefe and Project Veritas. In that capacity, he helped grow their budget from $5.5 million to more than $11 million in just two years, while also enabling Project Veritas to expose CNN, Google, Facebook and Twitter. Prior to that Adam launched the Florida chapter of Americans for Prosperity; defeating over $320 million in tax increases.

We hope Adam will get to meet you in person at our 50th Anniversary Gala next month. Order your tickets now online here before they are sold out, or call us at (202) 364-4401 to reserve your spot. In addition to Adam, Dr. Ben Carson will be speaking, along with Daily Caller publisher Neil Patel, Washington Times editor-at-large David Keane, and James O’Keefe of Project Veritas.

We know Adam looks forward to speaking with you, and we’re incredibly excited for the future of Accuracy in Media.

Thank you so much for your continued support.

 

ABOUT ACCURACY IN MEDIA

Accuracy in Media is a citizens’ media watchdog whose mission is to promote accuracy, fairness and balance in news reporting. AIM exposes politically motivated media bias, teaches consumers to think critically about their news sources and holds the mainstream press accountable for its misreporting.




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