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Published on December 8th, 2018 | by Chanan Bos

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#Pravduh About #Tesla — 3 Month Review Of Top Publishers

December 8th, 2018 by  


As promised in last week’s #Pravduh about #Tesla report, here is a breakdown of all the publishers we track and how their coverage has changed over the past 3 months. We were also planning to release a breakdown of the authors. However, since this article is already quite long, we decided to postpone that till next week.

What this breakdown makes clear is that there are definitely some unnecessarily negative news sources out there. One thing that will become clearer with the release of the author breakdown next week is that larger publishers like Bloomberg and Business Insider have many authors, with some very positive and some very negative, with the results influenced by who publishes more stories.

Reuters has been an interesting case. Its pieces are republished widely, and we don’t track republished pieces. Also, Reuters has only one author on the top 50 most published authors list, currently taking the 37th place. This is because Reuters often assigns stories to different authors, or simply receives reporting from different journalists around the world. This seems to result in less deep knowledge about the overall subject but also less prejudice. Compared to some really severe “hit pieces” that the New York Times, Business Insider, Bloomberg, the CNBC, and others have published, Reuters is doing quite well with a neutrality score close to 0.





















 
 





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About the Author

Chanan grew up in a multicultural, multi-lingual environment that often gives him a unique perspective on a variety of topics. He is always in thought about big picture topics like AI, quantum physics, philosophy, Universal Basic Income, climate change, sci-fi concepts like the singularity, misinformation, and the list goes on. Currently, he is studying creative media & technology but already has diplomas in environmental sciences as well as business & management. His goal is to discourage linear thinking, bias, and confirmation bias whilst encouraging out-of-the-box thinking and helping people understand exponential progress. Chanan is very worried about his future and the future of humanity. That is why he has a tremendous admiration for Elon Musk and his companies, foremost because of their missions, philosophy, and intent to help humanity and its future. He sees Tesla as one of the few companies that can help us save ourselves from climate change.



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