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As PR professionals, journalists and citizens of a nation with a free press – it is vital to consume news on a regular basis. It is a common habit to read only one or two publications that you, as a reader, are comfortable with. But, a variety of news topics and viewpoints will help you build a rounded view of what’s going on in the world.

The internet is flooded with options for news content, so here are a few places to get you started:

Industry Specific

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Entrepreneur

If you are an individual interested in starting a business, this news site is one to check out. Entrepreneur Magazine offers insight and advice and is valuable for budding and established entrepreneurs.

 Alternative Press

Alternative Press is a publication that has been reporting on music news, concerts and everything in between for 30 years – so, its name and quality Alternative_Press_logo.pngare well established. Their online version has sections such as APTV (video-based news) and Audio (stream newly released singles and the AP Podcast).

Niche Commentary

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Bitch Media

Bitch Media is a nonprofit feminist online publication that’s purpose is to provide a commentary on mainstream news and popular culture. It is not bound by language or content restrictions – so approach it with that in mind.

 

The Root

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Commentary to the mainstream message, again, is key. The Root is an online publication that provides opinion, culture and news from and for African-American influencers. It also doesn’t follow the boxed-in news rules.

Quick Fix

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The Skimm

Hey, we’re all busy. All the sources listed above may be interesting but are too much to visit regularly. An email newsletter could be the answer for your general news needs. The Skimm is a fresh-voiced brief report on the major stories of the week that comes directly to your email. And, if you have an iPhone, there’s an app for that.

Written by Britney Witherspoon, Public Relations Director

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