About News Radius

News Radius is designed to highlight breaking news coverage and how it differs across various outlets.

A side-by-side comparison of outlet content illustrates differences in how stories are covered, as well as what issues are covered versus ignored.

Note that currently News Radius works best on a computer screen or tablet device in landscape mode.

The Homepage

The News Radius homepage highlights live Twitter feeds from the following representative sources as classified by allsides.com:

  • More Left: @MSNBC – MSNBC
  • Left: @cnnbrk – CNN Breaking News
  • Middle: @AP – Associated Press
  • Right: @FoxNews – Fox News
  • More Right: @realDailyWire – The Daily Wire

Additionally, you can dive into left, middle, or right “bubbles” for more detailed views of what different outlets are covering.

On the Left

  • @MotherJones – Mother Jones
  • @thedailybeast – The Daily Beast
  • @washingtonpost – Washington Post
  • @politico – Politico
  • @NBCNews – NBC News
  • @CBSNews – CBS News
  • @TheAtlantic – The Atlantic
  • @BuzzFeedNews – BuzzFeed News
  • @Slate – Slate
  • @Newsweek – Newsweek

In the Middle

  • @NPR – NPR
  • @Reuters – Reuters
  • @AP – Associated Press
  • @thehill – The Hill
  • @USATODAY – USA Today
  • @Forbes – Forbes
  • @RealClearNews – Real Clear Politics
  • @WSJ – The Wall Street Journal
  • @Bloomberg – Bloomberg
  • @BBCBreaking – BBC

On the Right

  • @MarketWatch – MarketWatch
  • @WashTimes – Washington Times
  • @nypost – New York Post
  • @dcexaminer – Washington Examiner
  • @NRO – National Review
  • @FDRLST – The Federalist
  • @DailyCaller – Daily Caller
  • @newsmax – Newsmax
  • @theblaze – The Blaze
  • @Breitbart News – Breitbart News

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