Media Research Center Alert Special: Your Opportunity to Pick the Worst Bias of 2009

Your Turn: Judge and Decide the Worst Media Bias of 2009; ‘Public Ballot’ Now Online!

Every year a panel of leading conservative media observers and experts picks the most-biased media quotes for the Media Research Center’s annual awards for the year’s “worst reporting.” And these judges have done so again this year to decide the 2009 award “winners” with the choices to be announced on Monday, December 21, but…

Now you too can take part via a separately compiled Web ballot! Watch or read the quotes and let us know which ones you think are the worst. To cast your ballot, go to:
http://www.mediaresearch.org/notablequotables/bestof/2009/publicballot/default.aspx

For each of the 16 categories, pick one quote — the one you think is the most outrageous in the category. Then move on through all of the categories.

The public Web balloting opened on Monday, December 14 at 10 AM EST and will close at 3 PM EST on Thursday, December 17. Already, more than 5,000 have participated.

The winners and results will be posted on Friday morning, December 18. Then, on Monday December 21 we’ll post the official results as selected by the judges and you can compare their picks to yours.

(Putting this ballot together was a big project and credit goes to Michelle Humphrey, Karen Topper and Kristine Lawrence for creating many of the videos, Melanie Selmer for the graphics, Rich Noyes for the “official” ballot and Brad Ash who designed and posted the HTML pages.)

– Brent Baker

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