In it, but not of it. TPM DC
"I feel like public radio should address this directly, because I think anybody who listens to our stations understands that what they're hearing is mainstream media reporting," Glass said. "We have nothing to fear from a discussion of what is the news coverage we're doing. As somebody who works in public radio, it is killing me that people on the right are going around trying to basically rebrand us, saying that it's biased news, it's left wing news, when I feel like anybody who listens to the shows knows that it's not. And we are not fighting back, we are not saying anything back. I find it completely annoying, and I don't understand it."
Glass acknowledged that journalists tend to be more liberal than the general public, but he said "that doesn't change what is going out over the air."
"Go through this morning's 'Morning Edition' and find me even a sentence that smells like political bias to you," he said. "Like find one."