Ultimate High for News Junkies.
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The newspaper was a pretty good idea.
So here’s the problem: How do you gather and distribute the news?
Back in the Industrial Age, the newspaper was a pretty good idea.
You fed journalists’ content into the front door, cranked up the presses, printed the newspapers, and then sent out newsboys who sold them on street corners while yelling, “Extra! Extra!”
Television and radio use the same model: it’s a studio instead of a printing plant.
And in the Industrial Age, that model worked pretty well.
But in this Digital Age, don’t you think we deserve a something better?
Yeah, it’s time for CrowdNews®
CrowdNews is [re]making the news. We do three things to make the news better for both the audience and the journalist.
We connect our audience directly to the journalists they support: no middleman of The New York Times, FOX News, or CNN. Just a direct connection between audience and journalist.
Our audience decides what news is valuable to them, not Big Media. Our audience members get exactly the news they want, on the topics they care about, from the journalists they support.
We make sure our journalists get paid for their work. Our journalist members get paid each and every time their work is consumed. How else can quality journalism survive?
Why pay for news?
We hear it all the time: “Why should I pay for news when I get it for free?”
We believe that you get what you pay for.
How much of that free news is really a waste of your time? How much of that free news do you value? The truth is, most free news is worth exactly that: nothing.
People pay for things they value all the time. We pay for cable television even though broadcast TV is free. We pay for streaming music while there are great free radio stations. We contribute to NPR and PBS, and pay for FOX News and CNN through our cable bill.
We pay for things that we value.
And you deserve news that you value.
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