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    Journalistic Integrity

    Just in time for the elections, here's a Petaluma start-up group that views itself as the Rotten Tomatoes of news: Credder.

    The founders will be speaking in Petaluma at Aqus Cafe on Feb. 4.

    https://aqus.com/event/credder/
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    Re: Journalistic Integrity

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    Just in time for the elections, here's a Petaluma start-up group that views itself as the Rotten Tomatoes of news: Credder.

    The founders will be speaking in Petaluma at Aqus Cafe on Feb. 4.

    https://aqus.com/event/credder/
    Interesting. I took a quick look at it and it seemed, at a cursory look... better than I had thought it would be.

    Though I'm still unsure of how they plan to monetize this. Or, how useful it will end up being to the general population- most people already have their "trusted"...and their hated new sources...and no such site is going to change their minds...

    A related side note... in an article this week on Trumps tweet of "why does NPR even exist" (part of the blowup between Pompeo and NPR's Mary Louise Kelly) and NPR's Steve Inskeep's reply ... there was a note of a recent Pew Center poll about NPR. 31% trust NPR.10% distrust NPR. 15% neither trust nor distrust NPR. And a whopping 44% didn't even know who NPR is...
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