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tl;dr- The article appears to be referring to how the Media Bias Chart downgraded their assessment of Fox News to "Opinion Source" in 2018 (or 2017), which it describes as reflecting "Problematic Quality" as opposed to the "Satisfactory Quality" that the same source apparently had assessed Fox News at previously. That said, the Media Bias Chart does ...


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The story was originally broken by The Daily Beast. They quote a letter from the Biden campaign - not Joe Biden personally - , which demands that Giuliani is no longer booked because of the falsehoods and conspiracy theories he spreads. They ask that if he continues to be invited, an "equivalent amount of time" be given to them. “We write to demand that ...


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The claim about Fox News "changing classification" in 2018 is false. There is no official classification of channels in the U.S. as news or otherwise. The source of the claim links foxnews.com's Terms of Use in that portion of the claim. It appears that the author's confusion arose from foxnews.com having most recently updated its terms of use on October 15,...


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It seems that there's a growing number of media analysts and academics who believe Fox News is now simply a propaganda mouthpiece rather than a partisan and opinionated news outlet: https://www.cjr.org/tow_center/fox-news-partisan-progaganda-research.php https://mobile.twitter.com/notstevenwhite/status/1056355564605882369 https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/...


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In 2015, then CEO, Roger Ailes gave an interview to Hollywood Reporter for their 35 Most Powerful People in New York Media 2015 article: SNL Kagan estimates the channel [Fox News] will earn $2.18 billion this year, the bulk of it from ad revenue and subscriber fees, dwarfing the potential of CNN ($1.16 billion) and MSNBC ($509 million). In fact, Ailes, 74,...


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