Breaking News Consumer’s Handbook

From a tweet by @onthemedia, see their website: onthemedia.org.

If you follow #2:

2. Don’t trust anonymous sources.

Skip political reports in the New York Times and Washington Post.

Is there a market for delayed news?

I ask because I understand there was an explosion in Manchester Arena in England, 10:35 PM their local. Even as I type this, mis-information is flooding social media channels from any number of sources.

What if there was a news service with a variable delay, say minimum 7 days but maximum of 14 days, that delivered a coherent and summarized version of breaking events?

As opposed to the click-bait teasers that get shared/forwarded/re-tweeted without anyone reading the mis-information behind the click-bait.

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