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'''Media bullying''' is aggressive [[bias]] by the [[media]] in the attempt to influence the outcome of an event.  The event can be an [[election]], an expected statement by an individual, or even a sports contest.
 
'''Media bullying''' is aggressive [[bias]] by the [[media]] in the attempt to influence the outcome of an event.  The event can be an [[election]], an expected statement by an individual, or even a sports contest.
  

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Media bullying is aggressive bias by the media in the attempt to influence the outcome of an event. The event can be an election, an expected statement by an individual, or even a sports contest.

Examples of media bullying include: