The media is full of bias – different interpretations from journalists to social media addicts to the general public. With all of these opinions it’s difficult to interpret the true nature of some of the worlds buggest current concerns, such as economic pressures to protests and the usual celebrity gossip.
Introducing Unbiasly, the site that is designed to provide you with a clearer understanding of a news story by combining 4 different perspectives:
1. What The Media Writes
2. What Other People Think (Twitter)
3. What your friends think (Facebook)
4. What you see (Instagram)
Unbiasly’s goal is to help you sort through the noise and hopefully gain a perspective that you allows you to be unbiased when thinking and talking about any issue. By taking into account different perspectives and by seeing images for yourself, it allows anyone to have a bias-free understanding of a news story.
In brief, it allows you to get the clear picture of a news event and helps you to make up your own unbiased opinion. Unbiasly allows you to add search terms and keywords, presenting you with all of the media you need.
When a story breaks, social media has influenced opinion, as have traditional newspapers. No images appear early and different news websites, influential people and blogs each post different angles. It isn’t easy to pull an accurate bias free opinion together.
Print and digital media is far from bias free, leading to prejudice and uninformed opinions – it really is difficult to see the truth and the true nature behind a story. In a world where opinion was once controlled by newspapers, but social media now allows us to see all sides of a story and even see breaking news before journalists do. It’s still difficult to sift through information to find all angles of a story quickly, which is why Unbiasly is quietly brilliant.
Unbiasly is the evolution of news where normal people can have as much influence as the media and events can be looked at both objectively and subjectively.
If there is anything that we can do, it’s make an informed unbiased opinion after seeing all of the facts in one place.
Unbiasly is coming, sign up now at: http://www.unbiasly.com