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News is comprised of facts and events which have occurred or are actively occurring in the "real world" which comprise the current timeline (day/week/month/year) which would be considered the present's or near-past's (and to a lesser extent speculating about the near future's) noteworthy information.

Although the position of journalists and reporters who write about or read aloud the news is meant to be impartial and objective, it has become increasingly opinionated, subjective and politicized, to the point that many "news" agencies and media companies are deemed "infotainment" on account of the large amounts of opinions scattered amongst the delivery and very choices of what is deemed "newsworthy" and and how it is reported.


Newspaper is an old media form of information distribution which involved the printing of text and images on paper, parchment or other material, for delivery to a set audience (commonly referred to as a subscriber base).

Newspaper Consortium

A strong content and advertising partnership with Yahoo! is the foundation of The Newspaper Consortium. It is a partnership that taps the enormous reach of Yahoo! and the creativity and deep local market relationships of Consortium members.


Death Watch


  • NewsGuard: (mainstream media & social media conglomerates' "internet news trust tool" meant to "combat disinformation and fake news")

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Canadian Media Manifesto

Investigative Journalism

Journalism's version of detective work to get to the root of a story or uncover a mystery, conspiracy or other hidden truth/facts.

Fake News

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Headway Initiative

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See: Print





News Radio

News TV


News Website

Also known as an "Online Newspaper".

Digital edition



Email-based delivery of news on some particular frequency (i.e. daily, every other day, weekly, monthly, quarterly, yearly for "special features", etc).



More personal/niche sequentially published news about a person (public figure, celebrity or regular person), place (travel blogs), or subject/thing ("web development"-focused, photography-focused, etc).

See: Blog




Online News

Health & Fitness

Video Games

Comics, Cartoons & Funnies

Comedy & Fake News



Alternative Media

Mainstream Media


  • BusinessInsider:
  • FinancialTimes:
  • Bloomberg:


Celebrity & Gossip


External Links


  1. NewsGuard Offers Database Of COVID-19 Misinformation Sites To Protect Credible News Sites From Blacklisting:
  2. Google News Initiative Commits $6.5 Million To Support Fact Checkers, Nonprofits:
  3. Making A List, Checking It Twice: Here's The Year's Most Misinforming Sites:
  4. News Credibility Ratings Service NewsGuard Partners With Canadian Media-Buying Agencies:
  5. Fake news on Twitter during the 2016 U.S. presidential election:
  6. Fake News -- 80% of Shares During 2016 Election Came From a Few Twitter Users:
  7. WaPo Launches Platform For Fact-Checking 'Manipulated Videos':
  8. Too Many People Think Satirical News Is Real:
  9. Social Media Advertisements from Russia trying to influence elections & discourse online:
  10. Russia's 'troll factory' is alive and well in Africa:
  11. Adobe, Twitter and the New York Times team up to fight digital fakes:
  12. The New York Times Announces Philanthropic Support for the Headway Initiative:
  13. NYT -- Headway Initiative - Dear People of 2021, What Can We Learn From Hindsight?:
  14. NYT -- Headway Initiative - Hundreds of Companies Promised to Help Save Forests. Did They?:
  15. NYT -- Headway Initiative - Extreme Poverty Has Been Sharply Cut. What Has Changed?:
  16. NYT -- Headway Initiative - Millions More People Got Access to Water. Can They Drink It?:
  17. Expert - How a newsletter could change your business:
  18. NY Times - Developer API Docs for Search API:
  19. Who Went Where - (NYTimes+dbpedia+frebase mashup showing which notable figures went to which University?):
  20. PastPages - KickStarter project:
  21. LA Times Developer Begins Archiving Newspaper Websites:
  22. TecNavia: (paywalled newspaper E-Edition service)
  23. The Canadian Press launches the country’s first 24/7 multimedia news service for BlackBerry smartphones together with Canada’s leading news brands:
  24. AFP History:
  25. wikipedia: Japan National Press Club
  26. A New View - Introducing Doc Viewer 2.0:
  27. Torn bluejean paper (GRAPHICS):
  28. Blank Newspaper (IMAGE):
  29. Adobe Indesign, Illustrator, MS-Word and other Free Newspaper Templates:
  30. How can I get the RSS feed for a Reddit search?:
  31. How to get RSS Feed of Sub-Reddit:
  32. Gizmodo RSS (partial/delayed content but no ads):
  33. Guy Wisdom - What is RSS?:
  34. Debuts, Licenses Cartoons From Top Publications:
  35. Babylon Bee's List of Fulfilled Prophecies:
  36. What RSS Feeds do you use?:
  37. Directory of the original RSS Directories:
  38. Create an RSS Feed for any Search Result:
  39. DrudgeReport Backup Feed (requires redirection):
  40. launched -- Near-real-time breaking news headlines from Breitbart, Infowars, NaturalNews, Zero Hedge, Activist Post, Daily Sheeple and more:
  41. Alex J ones Of 'Infowars' Continues Media Fight, Launches
  42. Snopes gets RSS feed:
  43. Snopes Lies:
  44. CEO arrested on charges of fraud and corruption:
  45. The story of Snopes:
  46. How The Truth Set Snopes Free:
  47. Washington's official Infowars:
  48. Zerohedge, Breitbart, InfoWars Included in What NY Magazine Calls ‘Extremely Helpful List of Fake and Misleading News Sites’:
  49. Where Is Activist Post?:
  50. Peter Schiff On Gold vs Bitcoin:
  51. Hulk Hogan v. Gawker -- A Guide to the Trial for the Perplexed:
  52. Hulk sex tape case -- extra R418m for his troubles:
  53. Gawker Editor’s Testimony Stuns Courtroom in Hulk Hogan Trial:
  54. More Hulk Hogan sex tapes in Gawker case:
  55. USA - Journalism Competition and Preservation Act of 2019:

See Also

Print | Magazine | Blog | RSS | Media | TV | Radio