After a stressful day I thank you so much for making me laugh!
Joking apart, I doubt whether there is a more blatantly biased, rampantly unbalanced and consequently unfair news media outlet than Fox News on American television.
Unfortunately, if you are American, there is a paucity of good news media outlets I will admit. The closest you have to anything worth listening to over an extended period is CNN or NBC.
However, if want to experience what it feels like to actually have "fair and balanced" you need to watch or listen to the BBC world service for real unbiased, fair and balanced reporting. The BBC America news programme is always good.
The problem you have, which is inherent with your question, is that your perception of truth "fair and balanced" is warped by presentation. If you strip away the loud and obnoxious presentation, the perjorative sarcasm, the opnion offered as fact, xenophoebic paranoia, the demonisation of any alternative view then you are left with precious little that is not pure disdain, arrogance, sneering and contempt. In essence it is almost single handedly responsibly for developing a culture of derision.
Watching Fox News does not of itself make you a bad person but tragically deluded if thing it is "fair and balanced."
Do not stop watching Fox News, as if you could ever be pursuaded by comments like this, but do not - I beg of you - ask such a sycophantic question, which speaks volumes about your ignorance and desparate need to find someone else who might agree with your view!