There’s no need to impress you with data or evidence – everyone knows it’s a dumpster fire.
The algorithms that dictate what you see on social media have made it so that our newsfeeds are full of endless amounts of trash content, sensational hot takes and news that’s not relevant to most people.
Some people fe d up with social media have turned to news apps like Apple News or Flipboard to stay informed. But those products are also incentivized to clickbait the hell out of you and just force the same garbage content on you in a slightly better experience.
Other people might try to cut through the noise of social media and apps by turning to one particular news outlet. They place trust in their preferred site to curate a better experience for them. But the truth is any single news brand, especially in this increasingly partisan world, is going to end up injecting bias into their coverage, whether through story selection or framing. That means you’re getting an incomplete and slanted perspective on the news.
And while conservative media has been a needed voice of balance against the excesses of the mainstream press (ahem, cough “wokeness”), even people who consider themselves “on the right” (like us), know it has’s got a lot of the same problems.
Is the solution for someone to create a new media brand then? No. The world doesn’t need more content. Too much content is the problem.
News consumers need two things:
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