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Excellent point! Seems "bias" now means "POV I don't agree with". Yellow journalism has always been an issue, but time was the nonsense that is spewed these days used to be contained in tabloids. Sometimes I think the entire internet is one  giant tabloid... lol


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From: Medical Libraries Discussion List [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Richard James
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Subject: Re: most unbiased news source survey

I get my unbiased news from the same sources I ever did: the NYT, Washington Post, &co. It's the definition of 'bias' that has changed, not the way in which media present facts and events.

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> I read a range of news, primarily what I see as centrist, YMMV.  I 
> read BBC.com, WSJ.com. news.google.com (with my interests set up - so 
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> PBS NewsHour.  I read some Washington Post & NY Times as well.
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> I would like to know what people find the most unbiased news source 
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