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...that 90% of the media you thought was independent and governed by freedom of speech and thought is actually owned by the "Big 6" (here and here)?


Therefore, how can you possibily think they'd report anything different from what their owners wish them to report?

True and independent journalism comes from free and non-biased reporters who have no boss to answer to.

This is EXACTLY what you'll find on WINN.


The Society of Professional Journalists’ Code of Ethics enjoins journalists to:

  • Seek Truth and Report It. This includes fact-checking, not intentionally distorting information, identifying sources, avoiding stereotypes, and supporting the open exchange of opinions.

  • Minimize Harm. This includes demonstrating compassion for sources and subjects of stories and protecting the privacy of individuals. Interestingly, the code makes no prohibition to interfere with national security.

  • Act Independently. This includes avoiding conflicts of interest and corruption, and resisting the attempts of advertisers and special interests groups to influence the news.

  • Be Accountable. This includes correcting mistakes, inviting criticism, and exposing unethical practices of the media.

As mainstream propaganda advances and major restrictions to freedom of thought and of the press are applied on a vast scale, WINN.PRESS brings you the news from independent journalists with no conflicts of interest and no pressures from above.


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