Tim Graham

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Tim Graham, the Media Research Center's "director of media analysis", also posts on the MRC-owned NewsBusters.

Since February 1989, Graham has worked with Brent Baker and Brent Bozell "(with the exception of a stint as a White House correspondent for World magazine in 2001 and 2002)." Graham is "a native of Viroqua, Wisconsin and graduated from Bemidji (Minnesota) State University."[1]


According to a brief biographical profile supplied to the National Journalism Center, Graham attended a course in fall 1987 and has subsequently been "White House correspondent, World, author, Pattern of Deception: The Media's Role in the Clinton Presidency, director of media analysis, Media Research Center, published in National Review, Reason, appeared on Fox & Friends (Fox), Inside Politics and Reliable Sources (CNN), Rivera Live and Equal Time (CNBC), NewsChat and The Big Show (MSNBC), This is America with Dennis Wholey (PBS), the 700 Club (CBN), America's Voice, and WHMM-TV (PBS)Washington, DC".[2]

A biographical note states that Graham "Before joining the Media Research Center, Graham served in Washington and St. Louis as press secretary for the campaign of U.S. Rep. Jack Buechner (R-MO) in 1988, and in 1987, he served as editor of Organization Trends, a monthly newsletter on philanthropy and politics by the Washington-based Capital Research Center. Before coming to Washington in 1986, Graham served as a news reporter for the La Crosse (WI) Tribune and local radio stations in Wisconsin. Graham is a 1986 cum laude Honors Program graduate of Bemidji State University in Bemidji, Minnesota, where he majored in political science and minored in mass communications, and founded and edited the Bemidji Student Review, a conservative student newspaper."[3]

Criticism of Corporation for Public Broadcasting

In an interview with Wisconsin Public Radio, Graham condemned the Corporation for Public Broadcasting for what he called its "explicitly political" nature as the bastion of the conservative catchphrase "liberal bias" in media. He supports the funding cut of $100 million approved by the House in mid-June 2005 [1] and other means of decreasing the liberal bias in order to ensure greater that "fairness, accuracy, and balance" are restored to public broadcasting.


Articles and Resources


  1. "Tim Graham", NewsBusters, accessed February 2008.
  2. National Journalism Center, "Alumni: G", National Journalism Center, February 20, 2003. (This page is now only available via the Internet Archive).
  3. "Tim Graham", Media Research Center, accessed February 2008.

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