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The conservative Media Research Center -- it tells the IRS its mission is "to create a media culture in America where truth and liberty flourish" -- reports in its Form 990 that it had net assets of $11,271,007 at the end of 2010. The salaries disclosed include:

Brent Bozell; president/director; $422,804
Brent Baker; vice president; $126,300
David Martin; executive vp/asst. treasurer; $215,000
Dan Gainor; Business & Media Institute vice president; $122,400
Terry Jeffrey; CNSNews.com editor-in-chief; $122,400

The liberal Media Matters for America (mission: "Dedicated to comprehensively monitoring, analyzing, and correcting conservative misinformation in the U.S. media") reports net assets at the end of 2009 (its 2010 report has yet to be posted at Guidestar.org) of $2,774,565. Some of the salaries disclosed:

David Brock; chairman/CEO; $286,804
Eric Burns; president; $240,579
Tate Williams; chief of staff; $162,812
Eric Boehlert; senior fellow; $115,000
Ari Rabin-Havt; VP-communications and strategy; $134,484