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MRC's Rich Noyes: Networks Should Be Humble About Their Polls After Being 'So Wrong' in 2016

Media Research Center research director Rich Noyes appeared on Risk & Reward on the Fox Business Channel on Wednesday night to address the latest polls insisting that the American people are not approving of Donald Trump's transition...Show More Summary

New survey shows how much Fox News dominated the 2016 election

Fox News dominated the airwaves during the 2016 election season, serving as the main source of news for more people than any other media outlet, a new survey showed on Wednesday. The survey, conducted by Pew Research Center, found that 19% of Americans who were surveyed considered Fox News their "main source" of news during the election. Show More Summary

MRC’s Brent Bozell Declares White House Reporters Are Trump’s ‘Enemies'

According to Media Research Center President Brent Bozell, White House press journalists are Donald Trump’s “enemies” and shouldn’t be given too much stature. Appearing of Fox Business’s After the Bell, Wednesday, he declared, “There’s nothing newsy about the news media anymore. These people in that room are his enemies. These are people who are constantly against him.”

Conservative Leaders React to Salacious, Unsubstantiated BuzzFeed Article

Following BuzzFeed’s reckless decision on Tuesday to publish an erroneous and salacious document pertaining to President-elect Trump, a diverse array of conservative leaders (including Media Research Center President and Founder Brent Bozell) offered their reactions to this damaging publication of fake news.

86% of U.S. Adults Aged 18-29 Are Social Media Users (Report)

69 percent of U.S. adults are now social media users, according to the latest data from Pew Research Center.

MRC President Brent Bozell Denounces BuzzFeed Publishing Salacious Fake News

Reacting to BuzzFeed irresponsibly publishing an unsubstantiated smear against President-elect Donald Trump, on Wednesday, Media Research Center president Brent Bozell released the following statement:

Race, Fame and Ability: untangling media coverage of NFL QBs

Some research from our lab, the Center for Civic Media, because it’s fun and something I’m glad we produced. In the US, NFL football is more than a sport – it’s a stage on which broader national dramas play out. … Continue reading ?

Verification takes center stage

Skills in social media verification will become a priority for newsroom hires in 2017. Two years ago, for a research project I was working on, I talked to journalists about the ways user-generated content was handled in their newsrooms. During one interview, an editor actually recreated the groan that went around the news meetings whenever...

Watercooler 12/19/2016 Open Thread: Snowflakes at Christmas

MRC Launches ‘Save the Snowflakes’ Campaign. Given the devastating emotional and psychological consequences of Donald Trump’s election victory on sensitive, liberal college students – a.k.a., snowflakes – the Media Research Center has...Show More Summary

Brent Bozell Blasts MSNBC's Joy Reid on Accusations the MRC Accepts Fake News

Sunday morning on MSNBC, AM Joy host Joy Reid decided to twist the words of Media Research Center president Brent Bozell when it came to Bozell’s statement regarding Facebook’s decision to crack down on fake news stories.

Save The Left-Wing Snowflakes

Just in time for the holidays, the Media Research Center introduces a new charity that people can make donations to. From the website: “For the price of a pumpkin spice latte per week, you can help these snowflakes find solace in their safe spaces, far away from microaggressions and campus triggers like conservative ideas, facts, [...]Show More Summary

MRC’s Bozell: ‘Assured’ By Facebook Fact Checking Won’t Target Stories Based on Politics

Following Facebook’s announcement that it would start monitoring and flagging fake news stories on the social media platform, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell issued the following statement:

MRC’s Noyes Blasts Media’s ‘Hail Mary Passes’ to Destroy Trump

The Media Research Center's Rich Noyes on Wednesday blasted the media’s “Hail Mary passes” to stop Donald Trump or undermine his presidency. Appearing on Fox Business, the research director spotlighted the failed recount attempts in Wisconsin. Show More Summary

Media Research Center Announces Save the Snowflakes

RESTON, VA – Media Research Center (MRC) President Brent Bozell issued the following statement announcing the creation of an emergency new initiative, Save the Snowflakes.

MRC’s Brent Bozell Exposes ‘Militantly Anti-Trump’ WashPost

Media Research Center President Brent Bozell on Tuesday ripped into the Washington Post for its naked partisanship, denouncing the paper as “militantly anti-Trump.” Bozell appeared on Fox Business to discuss the President-elect’s upcoming meeting with Post owner Jeff Bezos. He reminded, “This is a man who called [Trump] a threat to democracy just a few months ago.”

MRC Documentary Tells the Story of Lives Devastated by the War on Coal  

RESTON, VA – The Media Research Center (MRC) announces the launch of its new documentary titled, Collateral Damage: Forgotten Casualties of the Left’s War on Coal. Several organizations, including, Americans for Tax Reform, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Cornwall Alliance, E&E Legal, … Continue reading ?

Collaboration between media and medical journals often leads to misinformation and hysteria

(Boston University Medical Center) When flawed clinical research is reported in the media with hype and sensationalism, it has the potential to have a devastating effect on patients, physicians, the scientific community and eventually society as a whole. Show More Summary

A Lost “Glass Menagerie,” Rediscovered

Jane Klain, the indefatigable research manager at the Paley Center for Media, which houses a vast collection of old television and radio programs, goes on archival treasure hunts that sometimes last for years. She spent four and a half...Show More Summary

MRC’s Rich Noyes Blasts Media Hypocrites on Trump’s ‘Wealthy’ Cabinet

The Media Research Center’s Rich Noyes appeared on the Fox Business Network, Friday, to blast a journalistic double standard on Donald Trump’s “wealthy” cabinet. Responding to the Washington Post's whining about net worth, the MRC research director highlighted, “President-elect Trump is picking people with actual success. Show More Summary

The Pew Research Social Media Update 2016 is Out!

Pew Research Center’s Social Media Update 2016 is out. As usual, there are some interesting stats. Some highlights include: 68% of all US adults are Facebook users 28% use Instagram 26% use Pinterest 25% use LinkedIn 21% use Twitter Other interesting tidbits: Facebook use is growing, probably because of older adults joining up. This shot […]

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