How to Beat the Mainstream Media and Join the Alternative Media Revolution
The mainstream corporate media is visibly dying out in the United States and around the world — and their problems are about to get worse: Anti-Media just rolled out its new project, “The Homepage of Independent Media.”
Anti-Media’s new homepage is the new destination for independent thinkers looking for real anti-establishment news sources free of corporate bias and the fake news of the mainstream media. “The Homepage of Independent Media” has partnered with The Free Thought Project and dozens of other hard hitting news and information sites from across the political spectrum to create a “one-stop-shop” for news junkies to find the stories, articles, videos and other content they won’t see anywhere else. We no longer have to hope that Facebook’s notoriously biased algorithm decides to show us news from the outlets we already follow.
But wait, it gets better. Anti-Media has not only created a new home for the rapidly growing independent media movement, it has also put you in charge of deciding what’s on the homepage. With Anti-Media’s new Reddit-style algorithmic upvote/downvote system, you tell the site which stories should be on the front page using their social content curation system.
There’s even more. Once you create an account on TheAntiMedia.org using just an email and password, you will be able to submit news stories yourself in the “MY NEWS” section of the Anti-Media homepage. Any news articles, videos, social media posts, or even photos you think are newsworthy can be posted. Anti-Media’s editorial team will quickly check the link’s factual accuracy, make sure it’s less than two days old (or relevant to current news), and then it will be live. With a few upvotes from other Anti-Media readers and friends, the link you submitted could be on the front page of Anti-Media! People who work with independent news outlets but aren’t official Anti-Media partners yet can also submit links in the “MY NEWS” section to get their content on the homepage.
Article first appeared at The Free Thought Project.