Top 10 Most RELIABLE NEWS Sources You Can Trust

Top 10 Most RELIABLE NEWS Sources You Can Trust


10 Most Reliable News Sources 10. Wall Street Journal The Wall Street Journal is a well-known name
that can often be very controversial. Like many organizations, it is often accused
of bias, but in this case the accusations of bias are in a right leaning direction. Many would say that the editorial pages of
the Wall Street Journal are very conservative. However, while there is some truth to this,
the Wall Street Journal’s news is known for being quite accurate as far as newspapers
go, and is still a trusted source of news throughout the country. Some people on the left have a small amount
of distrust for it, but overall it is a fairly trusted publication on both sides of the ideological
spectrum. The Wall Street Journal has also proven itself
as a news source that most people trust. On Election Day, many sites took down their
paywall. However, The Wall Street Journal made the
interesting decision to keep theirs up and see if they could increase their subscriptions. Their plan worked, and they actually did see
quite a large subscription increase in the days following. Like others on this list, one should be careful
to read between the lines when reading political reporting or opinion pieces, but when it comes
to the basic news itself, they are a reliable source. 9. New York Times The New York Times hardly needs any introduction. They are perhaps the most well-known newspaper
in the entire world, and have been what many consider a source of journalistic integrity
and standards for longer than most people can remember. When many people give examples of a reliable
source, the New York Times is often the very first example cited. However, they would be higher on the list
if not for the fact that like any newspaper in the world, there will always be a certain
level of bias. The New York Times can be relied upon to do
their best to fact check and tell the truth, but if you are reading up on politics in particular,
it is undeniable that they lean slightly more toward the left. Most of the public still considers them trustworthy,
and the bias is slight enough that it is likely natural bias born from life experience, and
not anything particularly intentional, but all political stories from any newspaper should
be read carefully understanding any possible biases involved in order to better read between
the lines. That said, when the President Elect – now
President – of the United States, criticized the New York Times for their coverage of the
election, and accused them of bias, the public showed their disagreement with President Trump
in that regard by voting with their wallets. Shortly after the election the New York Times
had an unprecedented surge in paid subscribers of over 40,000 people. This shows that in a time where we have a
glut of fake news, people are turning to one of America’s most trusted new sources to
get their information. 8. BBC When most people ask you for most trustworthy
or reliable news sources, the BBC is one of the first you hear about. Known around the world for accurate and reliable
reporting, they are even judged well in their own country – where people tend to be most
critical about the reliability and accuracy of their news. Of those polled in the UK, 62% believed the
BBC to be accurate and reliable as news, and almost half of those polled found them to
be unbiased. For a news organization that often has to
talk about politics, these are actually fairly good numbers. The issue is with politics in general, and
the truth is that apart from a service where all they do is literally report what politicians
said and nothing else – something essentially no news network today does – there will
always be some amount of bias when talking about politics. This means that with many news sources, the
news itself being reported may be reliable, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take
any commentary with a grain of salt, or think critically about the way the headline or the
story is being presented to you. Remember when watching the news to read between
the lines. If a story is political, there is a good chance
there is some amount of innate bias involved. If you read the story with the particular
bias in mind, it will be easier to get to the heart of the matter. 7. NPR NPR stands for National Public Radio, and
is a non-profit that makes radio programming for hundreds of public radio stations around
the United States. Over the years, like everything in radio,
they have seen their membership decline. In many ways they have struggled to keep their
older audience, and find a way to also bring in new, younger listeners. While people will always drive, and thus there
will always be a captive audience for radio, much of NPR’s programming is often seen
as rather outdated, and they are often accused of having a liberal bias as well. This accusation of liberal bias is not too
surprising, as the public service is often funded by those with a slightly more liberal
leaning, but the station itself has never been known to greatly exaggerate or mislead
people for political reasons. Like many news services, when they get into
opinions in terms of politics, bias is going to present itself. In this case the bias is going to lean more
in a liberal direction. However, this does not mean the news you are
being told is untrue or even meant to mislead. Something can be completely true and still
be told with an innate bias. It is always important to be informed and
read between the lines. However, in their defense NPR has award winning
journalists, even some who have been killed in the line of duty bravely reporting on facts
in war zones like Iraq. And in a time when people are looking for
more accurate, down to earth reporting, with as little bias as humanly possible, NPR has
been one of the news organizations to see a recent rise in ratings. 6. Snopes It may seem strange to see Snopes on this
list. They are not a news source, exactly, but they
are a watchdog who has, over the years, kept an eye both on news sources and on fake news
sources, taking the time to dig into the nitty gritty and find the truth behind urban legends
or rumors of all kinds. Their work has been tireless and often unnoticed,
but they have been going at it since the early days of the internet. At first they dispelled hoaxes that would
appear on email chains, but now they have evolved to taking down hoaxes that appear
on social media. Whenever some fake news story is trying to
get its legs, Snopes is doing everything they can to cut it off at the knees. They find every little detail and ascertain
the real truth, if possible, never worrying about any specific agenda besides truth itself. This dedication has not gone unnoticed. Facebook has been under fire for the glut
of Fake News during the last election cycle that appeared in people’s feeds, and the
powers that be at Facebook have decided to do something about it at last. They are going to start checking suspect stories
with fact checking groups, and if the story doesn’t pass muster, it will be hidden from
being seen in people’s feeds. Snopes, the Associated Press, and a few other
trusted fact checkers are working with Facebook to vet stories to make sure that people are
not reading lies when they scroll through their Facebook feed. This may sound like a silly issue, but among
the millennial generation, an alarming number got most of their election news from Facebook. For this reason, it is very important – especially
with how people can accidentally turn their own feed into an echo chamber – that fake
news stories are weeded out and removed like the cancer that they are. 5. Reuters Reuters is not a particularly well known news
agency when it comes to the public consciousness. In most polls involving trusted sources of
news, it doesn’t even really register. However, most people are still probably familiar
with the name Reuters and their presence online has increased greatly in recent years. Many people may even notice that similar to
the Associated Press, a lot of news stories actually credit Reuters. This is because the two are actually very
similar services. While the Associated Press is more of a non-profit
venture, both were originally telegraph wire news services. The idea being that a large network of contacts
could use the telegraph service to quickly wire news around the world, so everyone didn’t
need a reporter everywhere – as long as one or two telegraph agencies had most everything
covered by a journalist or two. In recent years, just like the Associated
Press and the rest of the news services, Reuters has struggled with keeping their business
performing as needed. This is why in recent days we have started
to see them posting more stories on their own website, instead of simply selling their
stories to other news agencies. Unfortunately, they would be higher on the
list, but using their own website to market news more directly to the consumer has started
to allow opinion to seep more into their news stories – instead of simply wiring facts
on the ground to other agencies in need of them. 4. The Economist The Economist is a publication that has been
around for more than 150 years, and despite having a fairly clear political stance in
its editorials, has still always had a general air of trustworthiness about it. The Economist is known for having a stance
that is quite liberal and calls for a more global economy, a stance that a fairly large
chunk of people are not particularly on board with. However, while their editorials do have a
clear political tone, they are still known for being clear with the actual facts, and
in terms of reporting news are not known for being inaccurate. Part of the fact that they are considered
so reliable may be the fact that they have worked hard to keep their editorial style
more anonymous than other newspapers, so it seems more like the newspaper itself is speaking,
instead of different personalities. In a bizarre way, this almost helps keep the
opinion pieces from becoming a spectacle and overshadowing the basic news reporting, something
that has likely helped them remain above the fray when it comes to public trust. According to a study by the Pew Research Center,
The Economist is actually the most trusted source in America, if you look at it across
both ideological spectrums. Interestingly, the poll lists the second most
trusted news source in America as the BBC – also a British news agency. 3. PBS PBS, which stands for Public Broadcasting
Service, is known for being incredibly trustworthy as news, and also for providing excellent
programs that entertain children and help them learn. While some may get confused because some programming
they see locally on PBS may be made locally and not by PBS itself, the actual organization
has an amazing reputation when it comes to being unbiased. For years they have had an independent research
poll conducted that finds them at the top of trustworthiness and reliability in terms
of news. While this should be taken with a grain of
salt because the poll is carried out on the behalf of PBS, you don’t just have to take
their word for it. Other polls commissioned by outside sources
have looked at the trustworthiness of news organizations as well, and PBS comes away
with the best net rating in terms of trust to distrust. Interestingly, among Republicans, Fox News
is the most trusted source, but among Democrats it is the least trusted source – making
it perhaps the most controversial news source of all. By contrast, PBS is considered trustworthy
by a large amount of respondents from both sides of the ideological spectrum. After all, who wouldn’t trust the people
who brought us Mr. Rogers? 2. C-SPAN For those who aren’t aware, C-SPAN is a
public access channel that live streams TV straight from the floor of the House and Senate
of the United States. C-SPAN stands for Cable Satellite Public Affairs
Network and was created long ago by the cable industry in order to give people a way to
keep an eye on the primary source when it comes to the actions of their government. While many people think that the federal government
is involved in running C-SPAN, this is really not the case. In certain situations those in charge of proceedings
can ask for the camera’s to be shut off, but they in no way have any control beyond
that over the running of the network or over what is shown or not. While it isn’t exactly a news source, C-SPAN
is about the most reliable primary source you can ask for when it comes to unbiased
political news. If you have ever wondered if what you read
in a news report was biased, slanted or outright reported wrong or out of context, you can
watch C-Span, or clips from it, and find out the truth for yourself. There is no better way to know exactly what
a congressperson said than to watch them on TV and witness with your own eyes and ears
exactly what they did and said. 1. The Associated Press In many cases, the Associated Press basically
is the news. They are the non-commentary, no nonsense part
of the news whose job it is to have tendrils all over the world, at all times. It isn’t really convenient for a local paper
to have a reporter in Iraq covering the war, but they still want to be able to report the
facts on the ground to the people reading their paper. They cannot just copy someone else’s story,
and they cannot afford to send someone to Iraq. Instead, they buy stories from the Associated
Press, which has journalists all over the globe and sells breaking news to roughly 15,000
news outlets around the world. They have long been known for reliable and
accurate reporting, and are not known for having any particular agenda. They are a non-profit agency that works with
other non-profit agencies at times, in order to share news as efficiently as possible. And in an era where many news organizations
seem to have forgotten that fact checking was a thing it is refreshing that they have
a very strong commitment to such, and in a world where news organizations have increasingly
become primarily entertainment, a commitment to remaining objective. Nearly every news organization across the
spectrum uses stories from the AP, because they find and report the actual news.

Author:

100 thoughts on “Top 10 Most RELIABLE NEWS Sources You Can Trust”

  • Well, you can't say we aren't gluttons for punishment. I suspected this list would be close to a 50/50 split in like to dislike. Imagine how impossible it can be to find 10 reliable news sources today. In fact, rather than just saying how wrong we are or how biased we are, please give us your top 10 reliable news sources. Not that easy, is it?

  • You try to look up truth, and you get more PROPAGANDA. SO WHAT NEWS CAN YOU TRUST? Let me attempt to educate those who don't know. Wikileaks.org is a website that has LEAKED EMAILS/DATA from "secure" servers that were hacked by groups of people. They then upload this data online, then this information is available to the public (this is incredible). Wikileaks is VERITABLY, UNDENIABLY R-E-A-L information. To elaborate, Wikileaks uses CRYPTOGRAPHIC PROOF known as DKIM encryption (do your homework). Anyone who's ever wanted to truly lift the curtains on deep state secrets, this is the site for you!! Who doesn't want to know the truth, right? Well, guess what we were able to find out from Wikileaks:

    1) Basically ALL mainstream media news EXCEPT Fox News, were colluding w/ the Clintons, creating EXTREME (and still to this day) bias to help Hillary through the election. Also, Project Veritas had a hidden camera and interviewed the head of CNN who claimed the whole Russian story was merely "FOR RATINGS!!!" IT WASN'T EVEN TRUE!!

    2) John Podesta, former chairman for Clintons was involved in PEDOPHILIA (I'm NOT kidding). There are several JPGs from the leaks that show the inside of his home w/ many, many half-naked CHILDREN tied up (in bathrooms, etc). If you haven't HEARD OR SEEN any of this, it's certainly because you're watching the WRONG NEWS.

    3) PIZZAGATE — ALL came out of Wikileaks

    Matter of fact, here's a site that LINKS you directly to all the wikileaks links and basically the top 100 most shocking leaks: http://www.mostdamagingwikileaks.com/

    Personally, I trust:
    infowars.com
    drudgereport.com
    naturalnews.com
    breitbart.com
    rt.com

    …Pretty much keep it to that.

  • You want polar opposite websites then try these and see how they compare: Raw Story vs. Gateway Pundit, Mediaite vs. The Daily Caller, Washington Post vs. Washington Examiner, The Guardian vs. Breitbart, BBC vs. Sky News, NBC News vs. Newmax, World Net Daily vs. Think Progress , New York Times vs. Washington Times, RT vs. Infowars vs. Huffington Post, Fox News vs. CNN, Yahoo News vs. Zero Hedge, Google News vs. Bad Blue News, AP vs Reuters, WN aka World News vs. The Daily Mail vs. Christian Science Monitor

  • >> Five things we don't need to see from other human beings. Their body fluids, their news options, their religious beliefs, their personal politics and their genitalia! PLEASE, keep it all to yourself. >> WE DON'T CARE!!! <<

  • Freezer Freezer says:

    WOW< Obviously you are far out of touch…I was going to blame it on the fact that your a meddling Brit ,but you included the BBC in the mix and you should know better. Once a solid source for news, They haven't been un-biased in years…The only source that's unbiased in your report Is C-span…..that's it….period…only because all they do is show what bill is being discussed on the floor of congress or they have shows that do nothing but ask both sides their input.

    The rest are Bias…and when you said the New York Times was mostly un-bias ,I almost lost it. It is deemed the most liberal news agency in the US…

    The real truth is that ALL Major News leans predominately to the left, while One , Fox News, Leans predominately to the right, and CSPAN is neutral. That's the truth…

    However, CSPAN bores the heck out of the average person which is why the average person watches Major News . They count of them to watch CSPAN and then give them the un-bias rundown. Unfortunately, they can't seem to do that.

    Which was obvious before and after the last election. NO holes Barred. They went after Trump and made no effort to cover it up. Some of their Anchors actually stated crying, on the air, when he won.

    Unfortunately this has led to a major distrust for them ,especially when competing with the rise of social media where people are believing most everything that comes across their laptop/smart phone with Twitter/FB/ect and is a very major source for fake news. This has led to the extreme polarization of the country . So , what ever the reason for National News agencies being Biased…Whether it may be the owners are left or right winged or they simply want to increase circulation because of the demographic area they are in ,(which I feel is the case of the Wall Street Journal) , they are solely responsible for the mistrust of the people towards the news.

    And the Blame for the Nation being divided and no longer pulling together as a whole…

  • Sorry I think we have inverted the truth : All the above are fake news: Some truth lies within the alternatives in vanilla language : Conspiracy theorists'.

  • 2020 Chevy Mustang says:

    people tend to follow the opinions of there idols and jump on their bandwagon. I don't even know who I should trust anymore.

  • If you talking professional reporting there are but 2 honest ones. Have no intension of wasting time to watch video as there is not 10 trusted honest media left. Of course for some there is , depends if they want to believe the BS.

  • Tina Melinauskas says:

    While I appreciate the information in this video I would recommend taking political news with a grain of salt. We are in a place where we need to fact check what we read, hear and see.

    For instance look for sources that corroborate the information. See if you can find a full video or transcript of what is reported. Look up complaints, proposed bills, lawsuits, etc. Pay attention to dates. Force yourself to read the opposing position without bias. Review historical information. And avoid adopting final opinions asserted in the piece unless you have fact checked.

    The great travesty we see today is that we allow our preferred news sources to stimulate our emotions without engaging our brains. This is bringing us to a very dangerous place.

    Communications 101 teaches that conflict resolution requires us to first find a place of commonality. Today we are hyper-focused on non-conformity of opinion and then villainizing those who don’t agree. I wonder why…

  • WSJ For financial reporting and Zero Hedge For financial speculation,
    National Geographic For nature reporting
    Scientific American and PBS For science,
    The History channel For news on aliens,
    Sacramento Bee
    US News and World Report
    Al Jazeera

    For social news, i ask my uncle's brother in law's third cousin's ex-wife Myrtle.

  • burningknight7 says:

    people shitting on wsj just because one idiot in the company falsely accused pewds. man the cultist behaviour of some people.

  • You can't trust any mainstream media all they do is fear monger and spew leftist propaganda 40k subscribers isn't squat

  • Elijah cesspoole says:

    msnbc and cnn have become direct comepetition to the National Enquierer.
    Journalism has hit new lows in the u.s. Too many fake news networks are receiving monetary compensation in the shadows, many from muslim countries.

  • BBC: Totally guileless coverage of the Syria conflict and role of White Helmets.
    NPR: Swallows "Russian Hacker" myth without question. Unfortunately, so has everyone else.
    Snopes: Can be relied on for the vanilla stuff but totally toes the party line on for instance, White Helmets which they white-washed without the slightest look at the claims.

  • Jennie Sapherson says:

    Those numbers for the BBC have either been taken from the very well off and/or members of The Conservative Party. Nowadays (July 2018) like most Mainstream Media (MSM) the BBC is totally Tory biased and has got much worse over the years, now you can’t trust anything they say. So sad because they were once the most trustworthy.

  • WSJ isn’t right. It’s center. Ppl who read the NYT just say it’s right bc their paper is more than just left-leaning.

  • What’s hilarious is zero of these are right leaning or conservative. This list is entirely left leaning to progressive, save for WSJ.

  • Surprised by how well this video was handled. I've watched dozens of your lists and this was the first time I groaned before watching a video. Was pleased by the degree of tact shown in the production and delivery after watching though. I think it's a sad reflection on news nowadays that no matter what you put on this list people are going to lose it on you. As a centrist I just don't watch news anymore. NYT's was the last I read until the sarah jeong thing happened. Have no faith left in news agencies after that. It's all propaganda for one part of the population with one perspective. And people who adhere to either ideological perspective vociferously enough to get mad about a top ten list just proves that neither side of the aisle is filled with excessively intelligent individuals. Again, we'll done.

  • ''New York Times is a reputable news sources.'' 1:13–2:40. … 2018.

    And…

    New York Times: Why can't white people stop being white? How about you feel gulity about your whiteness? We will teach our kids distrust of white people! Also centrists, stop presenting both sides of the argument! You're all a threat to Democracy!

  • Losaiko RESIST!!! Say No to Trump and No Fascisim says:

    Thank you for this episode. In these days of claims of 'fake news' you are correct on all sources. News should not be politically biased.

  • The BBC has abandoned any pretence of political neutrality in its coverage of Jeremy Corbyn and the resurgence of support for the Labour Party.

  • What about Wikileaks? 100% accuracy!!! The Democrats call Fox news fake because they were told not to watch it so it’s hard for them to make a real assessment! I’ve watched CNN it’s pretty bad!!! It’s more opinionated with a very left wing bias.

  • I just wish I could go to a news source and then if I wanted someone’s politically biased opinion, read or listen to that. Every one of your top 10 have been guilty of political propaganda. I would love to give you alternative sources that are honest but I fear they do not exist because I can’t find them.

  • The best source of news in 2018 is a leaked smartphone video devoid of any intermediate interpretation or analysis. Our ability to capture information accurately is increasing at the exact time our ability to process information, is collapsing.

  • I'm surprised at how accurate this list is considering this show on this very channel has used fake news & pseudoscience pages as sources!

  • Eddie_N_Jackie Villanueva says:

    The host of this show is actually an onion talking instead of the symbol. None of these news are no longer accurate

  • Grab-Asstic piece of Human Shit says:

    And of course you didn't personally insult our president did you? Again, how are you you credible from an American perspective? Mic drop.

  • People who watch faux news are less informed about current events than those who watch no news. In fact they are malinformed. They believe events happened that haven't.

  • As an American an avid Simon Whistler fan I'm sad to say this is the first time you've got something completely wrong independent journalism is the only honest journalism left in America

  • If anyone does want to get real news that isn't biased though check out secular talk granted Kyle kulinski is very left-wing that being said however he has never pulled a punch regardless of political party if you're doing fuckedupshit he's going to call you on it

  • Okay I really tried sitting through this but you're just intentionally misleading people Simon this is bullcrap you're quoting studies about gen-xers getting most of their news from Facebook as if it was Millennials you're a damn liar you're a goddamn liar have some f**** integrity I'm not going to waste anymore my goddamn time with your stupid f**** show can't believe you just brazenly lie like that

  • Bruce Gardner says:

    The WSJ is on par with Fox News and Breitbart. Bent, twisted and an ability to take real news out of context to lie.

  • Rye SugarBear says:

    It is insane how hard it was to find a TRULY informative list of top unbiased news sources! Thank you!🙏🙌👏

  • Professr Frank says:

    Add the CBC! 🇨🇦
    And if you speak French, Radio-Canada (French CBC) and Montreal’s La Presse.
    Objectivity is an ideal to attain. The keys are lucidity, honesty and loyalty.
    The WSJ states its theoretical preferences (that’s not bias) and then reports honestly, even criticizing “its side.”

  • Kaitlynn Allen says:

    The BBC is not unbiased, they have always had a right-wing leaning, which has got worse since 2016 and the BREXIT Referendum. For example, after the recent European Elections on several occasions, they gave prime time air time to Nigel Farrage, an ultra-right-wing UK Politician, whilst denying the leader of a new Centralist party an appearance on a satirical news program.

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