10 Orgs That Reject "Alternative" Facts
Founded by reporters who left the Washington Post in 2006, Politico has built itself into a crucial player in politics reporting in the U.S. (and with expansions to Europe). It does publish some products in print, but Politico is easily accessible on the Internet and mobile devices. Keep an eye on Axios, a news startup launched this year by two founders of Politico.
* Disclosures: Earlier in my career, I interned at the Associated Press and the Washington Post. I worked as a staff writer at the Wall Street Journal between 2001-2011. I have also published free-lance articles in the Post, the New York Times and the New Yorker (website) as well as some of the publications listed in the runner up lists.
- National Public Radio
- TIME magazine
-The Christian Science Monitor
- The Los Angeles Times (and many other regional, metropolitan daily newspapers)
- USA Today
- NBC News
- CBS News
- ABC News
Business News Sources:
- FORBES magazine
- Bloomberg BusinessWeek magazine
- Fortune magazine
- The Financial Times newspaper
Sources of reporting and opinion from the right of the political spectrum:
- National Review
- The Weekly Standard
Sources of reporting and opinion from the left of the political spectrum:
- The New Republic
- The Nation
Paul Glader is the executive director of The Media Project, an associate professor of journalism at The King’s College in New York City, a media scholar at The Berlin School of Creative Leadership, and is on Twitter @PaulGlader.