During an appearance on Wednesday’s edition of The Kelly File on the Fox News Channel (FNC), Media Research Center Brent Bozell and host Megyn Kelly eviscerated the media for their double standard in rushing to cover unsubstantiated rape allegations surrounding 2016 GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump but not, among others, the Bill Clinton-Juanita Brodderick case.
Summary: If you're a parent, especially a stay-at-home one, you know how important social media can be to your sanity. Social networks can be vital to keeping in touch and finding support, a new Pew Research Center study says. The study found that 75% of parents using social media used it to find parenting information and support. These users also gave support to those they...
The Media Research Center's Brent Bozell appeared on Fox Business, Monday, to dismiss the idea that journalists might somehow be turning away from Hillary Clinton. "No, no they're not," declared Bozell. Regarding a criminal investigation...Show More Summary
What has the right-wing Media Research Center's "media research" been reduced to these days? Complaining that a story is accurately reported in the media. As one might expect, the MRC has joined the rest of the right-wing media in being...Show More Summary
On Thursday’s edition of The O’Reilly Factor on the Fox News Channel, host Bill O’Reilly cited statistics complied by the Media Research Center to lambast the “big three” networks of ABC, CBS, and NBC for their minuscule coverage ofShow More Summary
The Planned Parenthood sting videos are "house of horrors stuff" and yet the liberal media outlets barely reported the first one and all but ignored the second, Media Research Center founder and For America chairman Brent Bozell told Fox Business Network's Stuart Varney today on his eponymous Varney & Co. program.
Wired’s reporting on Pew Research Center's recent poll about how people get their news raises some very interesting questions about what it means to “get your news from social media”. While reliance on Twitter and Facebook for tracking the news is on the rise, the majority of Americans still use other media to get most of their news.
Surprise -- teens love the Internet! OK, so it's not exactly a surprise. What is a little shocking are the statistics revealed in a recent study by Pew Research Center, entitled "Teens, Social Media & Technology Overview 2010." The findings,...Show More Summary
A new study by the Pew Research Center reveals that Americans are turning increasingly to Facebook and Twitter as sources for news. The study found that 63 percent of Facebook and Twitter users now rely on these social media platforms as sources for their news consumption. This is an increase from 2013 when about half […]
Summary: Soon there won't be a reason to leave social media at all. Well, not really, but according to a new Pew Research Center report, over half of Facebook and Twitter users stay current on news from these sites. The study found that 63% of Facebook and Twitter users are now using the sites as their primary source for news and events.
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell appeared on Fox Business, Wednesday, to slam the networks for their fawning reaction to Barack Obama's deal with Iran. After noting that journalists fell for optimistic talk about Bill Clinton's...Show More Summary
The Pew Research Center says more people are increasingly turning to the social networks for their daily news intake. Self-proclaimed social media gurus, listen up: A new study says that more Twitter and Facebook users are turning to the platforms primarily for news. Show More Summary
The Pew Research Center on Tuesday released a 14-page report examining how people use Facebook and Twitter to consume and share news. Most of the findings are in line with conventional wisdom regarding social media’s increasing importance...Show More Summary
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell appeared on Fox News, Monday, to slam the New York Times for smearing Scott Walker as dumb. After Your World guest host Stuart Varney noted the paper claimed the Republican was "aiming for smart," Bozell informed, "They're targeting every Republican. Show More Summary
Brent Bozell, president of the Media Research Center, released the following statement reacting to the Judicial Watch revelations about the coordination between the IRS, FBI and Department of Justice in the IRS scandal involving criminal, political persecution of taxpayers and independent organizations.
The Chinese city of Nanjing has transformed seven farms into earthquake research centers for the government. According to local media reports, the farms report the animals’ behavior twice a day Read More The post China Using Farm Animals to Predict Earthquakes appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Media Research Center (MRC) President Brent Bozell issued the following statement calling for all Presidential candidates to skip the Univision/Washington Post (WaPo)-sponsored forum.
Media Research Center (MRC) President Brent Bozell issued a statement after Univision president for content Alberto Ciurana compared Donald Trump, a candidate for the Republican nomination for President, to Dylann Roof, a racist whoShow More Summary
Whether some media commentators like it or not, President Vladimir Putin's approval rating appears to have reached an all-time high, with a June poll conducted by independent sociological research firm Levada Center finding that some 89 percent of Russia's residents approve of the president's performance.
As social media has become more integrated into daily life, people are starting to use more than one network. According to Pew Research Center, more than one-half of adults use more than one social network. New data from email marketing...Show More Summary