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MEDPL 290 Fall 2020

Point of View in Magazines and Newspapers

Print magazines, web-based magazines, and newspapers that publish pieces on controversial topics usually have a point of view. Below are prominent, high quality sources grouped according to their political orientation. See also the excellent Allsides Media Bias Ratings and Vanessa Otero's remarkably comprehensive Media Bias Chart.

Clearly left-of-center/progressive
Dissent
Guardian
Mother Jones
Nation
New Statesman

Liberal

Atlantic
American Prospect
Harpers
Huffington Post

New Republic
New York Review of Books
New York Times
New Yorker
Rolling Stone
Slate
Vox
Washington Post

Towards the middle

Economist
Wall Street Journal (reporting)

Conservative

Commentary
National Review
Spectator 
Wall Street Journal (editorial)

Weekly Standard

Clearly right of center/far right

Breitbart

Libertarian
Reason

No clear political orientation

Times Literary Supplement (TLS)