What do you think the political affiliations of each news source (i.e. newspapers, news channels, etc.) is for major sources? Here is my take on some (scale varies depending on where it’s from):
CNN – tilting towards the left, but not as left-wing as people perceive.
FOX – RIGHT-wing!
MSNBC – I’d say, somewhat moderate from what I’ve seen, but I don’t watch it too much.
New York Times – Very left, but they have some excellent moderate reporters like Tom Friedman.
Washington Post – Left.
Washington Times – LOL. Right…if you can take it seriously.
USA Today – I don’t read it very often, but it seems left-wing.
Wall Street Journal – Right-wing.
New York Post – Can you even take it seriously? Very right.
CBC – Very left-wing.
CTV Newsnet – I’d say moderate.
Globe and Mail – Generally right-wing.
National Post – I’d say a bit to the left, but sometimes you don’t know.
Edmonton Journal – Left-wing, generally.
BBC – Very left.
Sky News – Very right.
ITN – Seems moderate to me.
Guardian – Is there such thing as a communist publication?
Scottsman – Left, from what I’ve read.
Financial Times – Seems right-wing, but more moderate than the WSJ.
KBS (South Korea) – Left-wing.
South China Morning Post (Hong Kong) – I’d say right, but I don’t read it too often.
Chosun-Ilbo (South Korea) – Right-wing, but seems to be turning more left.
Kimsoft (North Korea) – Propaganda…lol. I’m amazed anyone can take it seriously.
Korea Times (South Korea) – Somewhat moderate, but tilted towards the left now.
Asia Times (???) – Left-wing…bordering on very left.
Jerusalem Post – Very right-wing.
Al-Jazera – Very left-wing.
Obviously, there’s a host of others and I’m sure your views will vary even with the ones I suggested. So, are your takes on these? And do you know of any others and where they lie?