Media Research Center
The Media Research Center is a politically conservative content analysis organization based in Reston, Virginia, founded in 1987 by L. Brent Bozell III. Its stated mission is to "prove—through sound scientific research—that liberal bias in the media does exist and undermines traditional American values."
News Analysis Division$3.1m
Brings political balance to the nation's news media by documenting and countering liberal bias from television network news shows and major print publications.
Cybercast News Service$2.3m
Provides an alternative news source that would cover stories that are subject to a liberal bias in many news outlets.
An online media platform designed to broadcast conservative values, culture, politics, liberal media bias, and entertainment to a new and diverse audience on a social media optimized sight.
Business and Media Institute$739k
Brings balance to economic reporting and promotes fair portrayal of the business community in the media by auditing the media's coverage of the free enterprise system.
Culture and Media Institute$788k
Promotes fair portrayal of cultural and social issues in the media.
Youth Education and Intern Program$210k
Mentors america's youth and educates and trains students to recognize bias and the need for balanced journalism.
Media Research Center Action$410k
Educating and mobilizing the general public against runaway liberal media bias.