One Evil Event, So Many Media Sources

Images of the captured alive Boston bomber appeared across the web – different stories appeared across social networks, one journalist reported he might be dead, another said he had been shot in the head, another shot by his already dead brother. Images of the boat appeared. Now – he’s been caught by Police and investigations are rightly underway.

It’s events like these which not only shock the world, they ruin lives. People all over the world followed the story, through various media sources. Social networks have played a strong, fundamental role in helping spread the news across the world, which of course helps to make sure events like these are known about and that they don’t ever happen again.

Understanding the true story and keeping right up to the minute with the latest happenings is hard – which is where Unbiasly comes in.

Unbiasely allows you to see the full picture, the point of view of journalists, social media activity and images in real time from social networks too. By putting together all of the media sources, you can build a clear picture of exactly what’s happening, what’s going on, whilst it’s happening. In no way are we suggesting that any of the media coverage was wrong, we simply believe that this is a prime example of a major world event, where there are so many differnt images and points of view, that it’s incredibly difficult to put together a clear picture of exactly what was happening.

The role of social media is good, it can be great, we should always have access to the full picture, the whole story.

Sign up to Unbaisly now and start diessecting the media within seconds, to get the full picture: www.unbiasly.com

Written in memory of those murdered, injured and affected. Supporting media for the purpose of spreading knowledge throughout the world

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