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Read more. Listen more. • The New York Times

Journalism is under attack like never before, as politicians, organizations and governments seek to manipulate the news for their own agenda. A shift that has left us more divided than ever, with people retreating to echo chambers that only confirm their biases and preconceived notions. So, how do you persuade everyone of the importance of going beyond their bubble?

For World Press Freedom Day, we launched an initiative with UNESCO that has never been done before. We convinced the world’s most prominent news organizations to put aside competitive and ideological differences and come together to tell their audiences to read, listen to and watch their rival publications to promote a better informed society and in turn, a better world.

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Read more. Listen more. • The New York Times

Journalism is under attack like never before, as politicians, organizations and governments seek to manipulate the news for their own agenda. A shift that has left us more divided than ever, with people retreating to echo chambers that only confirm their biases and preconceived notions. So, how do you persuade everyone of the importance of going beyond their bubble?

 
 

For World Press Freedom Day, we launched an initiative with UNESCO that has never been done before. We convinced the world’s most prominent news organizations to put aside competitive and ideological differences and come together to tell their audiences to read, listen to and watch their rival publications to promote a better informed society and in turn, a better world.

 
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In the end, a better informed world, is a better world.
— Meredith Levien, COO - New York Times
 
 
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