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- Overall, we rate FrontPage Newspaper Right-Center biased and questionable based on a complete lack of transparency in ownership and the occasional use of sources who have poor track records with fact-checkers.
Questionable Reasoning: Lack of Transparency, Poor Sources
Bias Rating: RIGHT-CENTER
Factual Reporting: MIXED
MBFC’s Country Freedom Rating: MOSTLY FREE
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Medium Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY
FrontPage Newspaper, headquartered in New York, is a news outlet that aims to provide news coverage on various topics, including current events and politics. The physical mail address provided on the contact page links to a virtual mailbox/office in East Setauket, NY.
Funded by / Ownership
The funding and ownership details of FrontPage Newspaper are not publicly disclosed on the website. The primary source of revenue for the publication is advertising.
Analysis / Bias
In its reporting, FrontPage Newspaper often highlights sensational topics, such as crime stories. For instance, articles like“2 Bodies Found in Woods” and “18 Dead in Mass Shooting” are prominently featured. FrontPage maintains a generally straightforward approach in their reporting and tends to focus on crime stories. With regards to sourcing, FrontPage Newspaper cites external sources, including CNN, NBC News, The Independent UK, AP, and Fox News.
We also analyzed some political reports. For example, an article on Trump’s 2024 plans, titled “Trump’s 2024 Plan to Crush the “Deep State” and Revive a Controversial Policy.” contains emotionally loaded language, using terms like ‘Deep State’ and ‘Crush,’ which could appeal to readers who hold suspicions about governmental institutions, often a sentiment found in conservative circles. The article discusses the policy impartially, but the citation of NBC News is misleading as it redirects to a general page unrelated to the topic.
Another article we analyzed, “Biden Confronted About Pardons For Trump, cites Yahoo News and the New York Post. While the article appears neutral, the description of Biden’s ‘chuckle’ and avoidance of a direct answer could be interpreted in various ways, depending on the reader’s perspective. However, in general, more articles are sympathetic toward former President Trump, such as this: Bombshell Report Reveals Who Ratted Out Trump. While stories are primarily fact-based, there is a right-leaning editorial bias that sometimes relies on sources who have failed fact-checks.
Failed Fact Checks
- FrontPage Newspaper does not publish original content, but some sources used fail fact checks.
Overall, we rate FrontPage Newspaper Right-Center biased and questionable based on a complete lack of transparency in ownership and the occasional use of sources who have poor track records with fact-checkers. (M. Huitsing 10/27/2023)
Last Updated on October 27, 2023 by Media Bias Fact Check
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