In a world where almost every media outlet is sponsored by the corrupt pharmaceutical industry and acts as a handmaiden of the Democrat Party, there are very few news sources that the public can trust.
Drug reports were once a reliable source for conservatives. That day is long gone. The drug report has become another echo chamber for the left.
Joseph Carl, a former editor of the Dodge Report who led the publication when it still received millions of views a month, and Paul Bedard, a reporter for the Washington Examiner, launched a new news aggregation site.
With the Droidz report to the successor media, Press off The site’s creators claim that by filling in the blanks on the web, providing up-to-the-minute information and commentary without distorting the publicity.
“It’s a battle to keep the most important stories, much more than ever before,” Carl explained “Social media tempts everyone with endless posts on their news feeds, an editor is needed to collect the best stories from the internet and present them on a single site. This will be the only mission Press off“
Press off Includes coverage from all political angles “But, contrary to the drug report,” Carl notes, “you won’t see any stories about ghost-deception!”
The publication also integrates Interactivity, with a tip box allowing readers to come up with ideas for stories they think are worthy of coverage.
In addition to reading those tips every day, Press’s off The three editors post across every social media platform to cover the world 24/7 so that their readers can only “check-in more than once a day to stay informed,” Carl added.
Since its launch in July, Press off There have been millions of page views, and “this is just the beginning,” says Carl. “Readers were obviously hungry for a common-sense conservative alternative to drugs and we were proud to be able to deliver. Our analyzes show that when readers discover Off the Press, they tend to come back. We’re going to build a loyal readership. “
Check out the press here: https://offthepress.com/
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