Inside Edition

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Inside Edition - Left Center BiasLEFT-CENTER BIAS

These media sources have a slight to moderate liberal bias.  They often publish factual information that utilizes loaded words (wording that attempts to influence an audience by using appeal to emotion or stereotypes) to favor liberal causes.  These sources are generally trustworthy for information, but may require further investigation. See all Left-Center sources.

  • Overall, we rate Inside Edition Left-Center biased based on story selection that slightly favors the left and High for factual reporting due to proper sourcing and a clean fact check record.

Detailed Report

Factual Reporting: HIGH
Country: USA
World Press Freedom Rank: USA 45/180

History

Premiering in 1989, Inside Edition is an American television tabloid newsmagazine and website that was launched in 1998. It is the longest-running syndicated-newsmagazine program that is not strictly focused on entertainment news. The program features a mix of hard news stories, entertainment news and gossip, scandals, true-crime stories and lifestyle features. The program is anchored by Deborah Norville during weekdays and Diane McInerney anchoring weekend editions.

Funded by / Ownership

Inside Edition is owned by CBS Interactive, which is a subsidiary of the CBS Corporation. They generate revenue through advertising and sponsored content.

Analysis / Bias

Inside Edition has won numerous awards over the years including the Polk award in 1996 for its investigation into the insurance industry. This review will focus on the website content.

In review, the website publishes news about Crime, Politics, Health, Entertainment, Flashbacks and Royals. We will focus on political news to evaluate bias. Inside Edition covers political news with minimal to moderately loaded headlines such as this: Did President Trump’s Allies Pressure School to Hide His Grades? This story is sourced properly to credible left leaning sources such as the New York Times and Washington Post. On the other hand, some headlines are more sensational such as this: Boy Sells Hot Chocolate to Help Build Trump’s Border Wall, Gets Called ‘Little Hitler’. This video story is sourced through interviews. In general, political stories tend to slightly favor the left.

A factual search reveals they have not failed a fact check.

Overall, we rate Inside Edition Left-Center biased based on story selection that slightly favors the left and High for factual reporting due to proper sourcing and a clean fact check record. (D. Van Zandt 3/15/2019)

Source: https://www.insideedition.com

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