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How do you measure the level of bias in a media company? Today on Uncommon Knowledge, Tim Groseclose answers.

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Uncommon Knowledge Interview with Tim Groseclose (Part Two)

How do you measure the level of bias in a media company? Today on Uncommon Knowledge, Tim Groseclose answers.

So The New York Times, for instance, has a slant quotient of about 74. It happens that Joe Lieberman has a political quotient, PQ, of about 74. So according to my method, the average New York Times article sounds about like the average Joe Lieberman speech.

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