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MRC’s Noyes Blasts Networks for Skewed Coverage of 2016 GOP Primary Campaign


<p><em>See more in the <a href="…; target="_blank">NB Staff post</a> on the NewsBusters blog.</em></p>

<p>Speaking with host J.D. Hayworth on Wednesday&rsquo;s<em> Newsmax Prime</em>, Media Research Center Research Director Rich Noyes discussed the findings of the latest MRC study that showed the &ldquo;big three&rdquo; of ABC, CBS, and NBC gave Donald Trump huge scores of coverage thus far in the 2016 campaign while giving significantly less time to any of the other GOP candidates.</p>

<p>Prior to Trump&rsquo;s entrance into the race, Noyes explained to Hayworth that <strong>&ldquo;their evening newscasts&rdquo; </strong>which are <strong>&ldquo;still seen by over 25 million people on an average week, didn&rsquo;t really care about the GOP race&rdquo; </strong>but quickly changed their tune when Trump launched his campaign.</p>

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