When it comes to sentiment, we tend to think of news content as bearing the least. The whole mantra of most news sources is to report events as accurately as possible, and that usually means reporting the facts and refraining from any judgment calls. We all know this doesn’t actually happen and in fact some sources might even gloat in their particular bias.

When we as readers are aware of this bias, we can think critically about the information given to us, compare across sources, and make our own value judgments, but this takes time and effort. Furthermore, the way bias is conveyed isn’t always transparent. Keep Reading →