Why Liberal Bias
in the Media

Why Liberal
                      Bias in the Media

Media, including news and entertainment and also computer search engines and public forums,
have had a liberal bias.

We all know that.

But most of us look upon the bias as a given, as dogma, as a basic fact of life. It isn't.

There is an explanation.

This is a 44-minute comprehensive analysis of why media, the news and the entertainment media, have a liberal bias.

It includes the rational decisions of media executives based on audiences that prefer liberal media, the rational decisions of media executives based on criteria other than their audiences, and irrational forces that afflict those in power in the media.

First, the profit-maximizing motive of media, including but not limited to a mentally lazy client base.

Second, the rational reasons why media executives are under pressure to impose a liberal bias on their media even when doing so does not maximize profit.

Third, the irrational forces that afflict media executives and are not explainable by profit for their employers or for themselves.

The full video is closed-captioned and is very fast-moving, with a fact density (concepts presented per unit of time) that is extremely high.

If your intelligence is below average, do not expect to understand it.

The intended audience for this video is people who truly want to learn about media bias, which is not the same as people who accept media bias as a basic fact of life or who deny that it exists.

Liberal people who deny reality will be upset.

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