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Media Bias/Fact Check (MBFC), founded in 2015, is an independent online media outlet. MBFC is dedicated to educating the public on media bias and deceptive news practices.

MBFC’s aim is to inspire action and a rejection of overtly biased media. We want to return to an era of straight forward news reporting.

MBFC follows a strict methodology for determining the biases of sources. Dave Van Zandt is the primary editor for sources. He is assisted by a collective of volunteers who assist in research for many sources listed on these pages.

MBFC also provides occasional fact checks, original articles on media bias and breaking/important news stories, especially as it relates to USA politics.

Funding for Media Bias Fact Check comes from donations and third party advertising. We use third party advertising to prevent influence and bias as we do not select the ads you see displayed. Ads are generated based on your search history, cookies and the content of the current web page you are viewing. This sometimes leads to politically biased ads as well as promotion of pseudoscience products that we do not endorse.

MBFC was founded by Dave Van Zandt in 2015.  Dave studied Communications in college and over the years has focused on personal research in media bias and the role of media in politics.  Dave is a registered Non-Affiliated voter who values evidence based reporting.

Learn more on our Frequently Asked Questions Page.

The Team

Dave Van Zandt – Editor/Owner

Aaron O’Leary – Writer/Contributor

Karen O’Connor Rubsam – Writer/Contributor

Kenneth White – Writer/Contributor

Jim Fowler – Writer/Contributor

Dennis Kelley – Research

Michael Allen – Research

Faith Locke Siewert – Research

McKenzie Huitsing – Research

Mike Crowe – Extensions – Web Development

And all the people who submit sources and question our ratings.  Your feedback is vital.

Please submit questions and concerns to: editor@mediabiasfactcheck.com

 

 


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