Brit Hume, American Journalistic icon, points out clear media bias as the Washington Post's lead 'news story' is headlined with opinion rather than fact. Another news director chooses personal bias over professional journalistic principles.
CBS's 'The Good Fight' weighs in on the political landscape in the least acceptable way possible, intentionally messaging violence against a public figure. Hiding behind the guise of a 'television drama' is no excuse for hypocrisy in its truest form. All levels of media need to take responsibility for the role they play in adding value to the culture in which they are privileged to have an audience.
Brit Hume offers some limited praise for NY Times and Washingon Post for breaking out of their 'bogus collusion tale' news cycle to treat release of Mueller report on some factual level.
Media bias is reflected in more than just words. Some Photo Editors intentionally chose a supremely unflattering photos to make the subject appear a particular way - stupid, angry, silly. etc. This form of bias can be more damaging than words in our image-driven world.