The Factual’s algorithm reveals the top three nonpartisan sources, along with the most credible sources despite political leaning.
Advertising revenue models and motivated reasoning drive bias and polarization in the news industry. Here are steps to find credible news.
A week ago, we ran our first reader-wide Net Promoter Score (NPS) survey, and we’re thankful that 633 anonymous readers from across the world responded! Your suggestions are invaluable and will influence The Factual’s products moving forward.
For centuries, societies were divided by the ability to read. Now, in 2020, with global literacy rates around 86%, the divide is determined less by the ability to read, and more by the ability to make sense of that information.
With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting every aspect of our lives, we are all searching for the most up-to-date and credible news for clarity. That’s why, at The Factual, we’ve put together a COVID-19 news timeline that uses an algorithm to curate the most credible article, by the hour, from hundreds of reputable news sources.
In an increasingly partisan news environment, how do we seek the truth? Here are four steps to finding the most credible sources on the hottest topics.