Read the report again. What they said is that Fox and CNN run a higher ratio of hard news to opinion than does MSNBC. Of, course, MSNBC does not bill itself as a news channel, it has always openly billed itself as an opinion and commentary outlet, at least since Keith Olbermann worked there. Fox, on the other hand bills itself as a "news" channel, without regard to the fact that so much of the "hard news" that they present is little more than political propaganda. The blather dripping from pie holes on the likes of Sean Hannity and Bill O'Reilly, and I even see some suggestion that they may even resurrect Glenn Beck, is, quite frankly, not only opinion, but willfully wrong opinion.John? I think you missed the recent PEW study results. Fox, by "far", was proven to be more factual than your MSNBC. I think it stated MSNBC news were 85% opinion based, and only 15% fact base. Seriously go check the study out. It seems then, that it has been you who was fed cool-aid.
So John, as Professor has been schooling you all along, his sources are far more factual than yours.
Fox's "hard news" anchors, for the most part, inject opinion into every broadcast, so we may safely conclude that PEW was simply accepting that what Fox called "hard news" was, in fact, hard news, without regard to its actual content. The only Fox anchors that offer even flashes of even handedness are Shepard Smith and, very occasionally Chris Wallace. In view of that, a good case can be made that Fox's "hard news" coverage is at least 75% opinion.