L. Brent Bozell III has gained a reputation as one of the most effective national leaders in the conservative movement, and is famous for his work in business, marketing, publishing, and television. Bozell is probably most famous for founding and heading up the Media Research Center, which tracks "media bias" on a daily basis and has made the concept a household term. He is also the founder and president of the Parents Television Council, which is dedicated to "restoring responsibility to the entertainment industry."
Bozell's work also extends into print -- he is a nationally syndicated writer, with work appearing in the New York Post, Washington Post, Washington Times, National Review, and many others. His media expertise also makes him a regular on major television shows like "Entertainment Tonight," "Good morning America," and "Larry King Live." Bozell is also the Executive Director of the Conservative Victory Committee, president of the former National Conservative Political Action Committee, and member of the Board of Directors of the American Conservative Union.
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