Newsblaze Offers Alternative For Internet News Seekers
In the age of international media conglomerates, massive Internet search engines and unreliable blog sites, it can be difficult to find credible and unbiased news online.
In the age of international media conglomerates, massive Internet search engines and unreliable blog sites, it can be difficult to find credible and unbiased news online. Relevant stories often receive little or no press attention because they conflict with the overall agenda of a large corporation.
As an alternative to subjective news sources, many Internet users have turned to online news syndicators and aggregators. While these sites are plentiful across the web, few make an effort to obtain news covering a broad scope of topics that may otherwise be ignored by the mainstream media.
In February 2005, the introduction of Newsblaze.com provided Internet news seekers the outlet they had been searching for. An independent news source, Newsblaze was founded with the goal of providing attention to the news that the mainstream media gives little or no attention to.
"We try to show the news as-is, without spin," said Newsblaze founder Alan Gray. "Opinions writers are not allowed all-out attacks on their opponents - anger and displeasure can be shown without resorting to that."
In its effort to provide a variety of news stories from a wide array of sources, Newsblaze draws from articles and press releases from the United Nations, NATO, the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of State, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Iraqi government, environmental groups and other organizations. Military units in Iraq send bylined stories directly to the NewsBlaze newsroom.
Newsblaze offers a large amount of visual news as well, using pictures whenever possible and carrying video news releases from Eworldwire. This added media, combined with hyperlinks and background information, gives readers a more complete understanding of the news stories of the day. "We feel that NewsBlaze has been able to help get the word out on a lot of things that otherwise would have had little or no coverage," Gray said.
Newsblaze visitors are quickly making it one of the Internet's most sought-after news sources. Readers can currently earn rewards for spreading the word about Newsblaze by using the "Tell A Friend" link at the top of the page.
For more information, visit www.Newsblaze.com
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