Accuracy in Media

Pew: News Coverage Strongly Favors Gay Marriage

A new study by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism shows that media coverage of gay marriage was more supportive than critical by a five to one ratio. Pew analyzed nearly 500 stories between March 18 and May 12 of this year and found that 47 percent of the stories favored gay […]

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The Future of News is Mobile

We have seen it coming for the last few years and now the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism’s 2012 State of the Media report confirms that the future of news is mobile. With Apple reporting that they sold 25 million iPads worldwide in 2011, and 3 million new iPads since their release just three […]

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P.U. to Pew Media Bias Survey

The Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism released a new study on how the news media and blogs have covered the first few months of the 2012 presidential race and found that Republican candidates have received far more favorable coverage than President Obama, by a fairly wide margin. According to the report, Republican candidates received […]

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June 2013

6/17/2013 - Pew: News Coverage Strongly Favors Gay Marriage

March 2012

3/20/2012 - The Future of News is Mobile

October 2011

10/18/2011 - P.U. to Pew Media Bias Survey