Julia A. Seymour
Julia A. Seymour is the Assistant Managing Editor for the MRC's Business and Media Institute.
Julia A. Seymour is the Assistant Managing Editor for the MRC Business where she analyzes and exposes media bias on a range of economic and business issues. She has written Special Reports including Global Warming Censored, UnCritical Condition, Networks Hide the Decline in Credibility of Climate Change Science and Obama the Tax Cutter.
Seymour has also appeared on Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network and the Christian Broadcasting Network and has been an in-studio guest on the G. Gordon Liddy Show. She has also done hundreds of radio interviews on a wide-range of topics with stations in more than 35 states as well as many nationally syndicated programs. Her work has appeared or been mentioned by radio host Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, The Drudge Report, WorldNetDaily, USA Today, CNBC.com, Motley Fool and “Ted, White and Blue” by Ted Nugent. Prior to joining BMI in 2006, she was a staff writer for Accuracy in Academia where she wrote about bias in lower and higher education and contributed to the book “The Real MLA Stylebook.” She holds a B.S. in Mass Communications: Print Journalism from Liberty University.
Latest from Julia A. Seymour
Despite retailers' move back toward 'Merry Christmas,' journalists are three times as likely to offer 'Happy Holidays.'
'Evening News' story shorts personal responsibility and cost arguments.
'Good Morning America' frightens viewers with radioactive coverage.
Economists, media bid farewell to 'one of the great economists of the 20th Century'
After election, media silent on left-wing claims of Diebold-Bush conspiracy.
CNN anchor lectures opponents of a minimum wage increase.
ABC reports, but CBS and NBC ignore sales increases to discuss hormone treatments.
'World News Tonight' reporter fusses over Exxon's third-quarter figures.
'Today' features travelers who want what they want, when they want it, regardless of market price.
"In the Money" promo for liberal group reinforces middle-class extinction theories.
Web site advances global warming activism including 'causes' and 'solutions.'
'American Morning' overemphasizes slight decline with tales of a bubble that has 'burst.'