Can you chip in to help us fight for an honest press?

MediaWatch is crowdfunding! Help us monitor right-wing newspapers



MediaWatch is crowdfunding so we can keep on bringing you media analysis that cuts through lies and spin.

With your help we can continue to scrutinise the media into the new year and ultimately improve media practice and strengthen our democracy.

To find out more, visit our crowdfunding page here. 

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Since our launch in March 2015 we’ve punched above our weight.

We were pulling apart the racism and scapegoating of refugees months before the crisis went mainstream. We secured an apology and correction from the Telegraph for major errors in a piece on social mobility.

And we were the first to bulldoze shameful newspaper coverage of last week’s LinkedIn sexism row – when a lawyer was called a ‘femanazi’ by the press.

Now we want to build on this work and take the fight to the newspapers.

As a non-profit start-up we are entirely funded by readers like you.

Can you chip in to help us fight for an honest press?

Support us now.

Thanks for caring – let’s keep up the fight!

Adam Barnett is a staff writer at Left Foot Forward. Follow MediaWatch on Twitter

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7 Responses to “Can you chip in to help us fight for an honest press?”

  1. Giles Farthing

    perhaps you should expend your effort in monitoring the left wing lies and bullying and intimidation that seems to be resurgent

  2. Ivan_Denisovich

    I admire you for wanting to “cut through the lies and spin”, or at least I would do if you were remotely objective in your approach. It is all too evident that what you really want is a media that publishes your lies and spin rather than the other lot’s lies and spin. I find it all a bit sad really.

  3. jj

    So you monitor only a certain type of newspaper (right wing), why not all papers? Hmm? Maybe someone needs to monitor LFF (or do they think they are above criticism?).

  4. DaveJones

    ‘Feminazi’ was an apt and reasonable statement by the Mail. It suited the woman perfectly.

  5. DaveJones

    Bullying our national media is not the way forward.

  6. Jams O'Donnell

    No. Don’t trust the Atlanticist branch of Labour (of which this seems to be a mouthpiece) to be properly objective. “Media Lens” and “Sodium Haze” do a better job, anyway.

  7. Giles Farthing

    Nice photo. I see you’ve perfected the smug quizzical expression

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