Follow journalism at the source

A new way to navigate the news.

Syndicator is a new way to navigate the news. You subscribe directly to individual journalists, and whenever they publish new stories across the web, we let you know.

Maybe you have a few trusted journalists you read regularly, say Maggie Haberman at the New York Times? Or maybe you’re looking for some fresh journalism voices who can shed some light on the issues of our times, may we recommend Brian Fung at the Washington Post? Syndicator helps you find and follow these journalists, and many more.

Syndicator gives you more control over your media diet, helps excellent journalists grow their audience, and elevates quality journalism from the rest (which we think could be good right about now). It’s also a great way to get stories you might altogether miss that don’t break through the social media frenzy.

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How it Works

  • Browse journalists in our Syndicator feed or search for a specific journalist you like.
  • Each journalist has a page where you can subscribe.
  • When you subscribe, check your email for a confirmation, and that’s it! Whenever that journalist publishes new content, we’ll give you a heads up.

“Orwell feared that the truth would be concealed from us. Huxley feared that the truth would be drowned in a sea of irrelevance.” - Neil Postman

Syndicator is our attempt to build a new ship… well, dinghy, for the sea of irrelevance drowning out fact and reason. Why rely on an un-transparent algorithm to sort and feed you your news when you could just subscribe to trustworthy individuals whose primary job IS to deliver credible information? Y’know, professional journalists. While trust in media is at historic lows, we believe helping people connect to journalists will bring back some trust where it is due.