yeah but that's not really the point. Who one I mean. It is the 'attitude' and the bias that it indicates.
When I watched news footage of the election I literally saw , horror on the faces of some reporters, other actually cried , it was obvious not only who they thought would win but that they assumed their audience was devastated and disappointed she didn't.
That is because they all( more then 80%) have the same political leanings, and any that don't are expected so shut up and pretend to agree. The same way of thinking and THAT makes them _unable_ to accurately tell what is and is not newsworthy to more then half the population of the united states.
The greater problem, is since the news outlets have undermined their social responsibility and credibility, people are looking elsewhere for news, and simply picking the bias that they like best.