Today’s media landscape is hard to navigate. Terms like “fake news” make it hard to know which sources can be trusted. Smart policy professionals everywhere must approach today’s news and information sources by asking two questions:
- Can I trust this source? And as such, can my team, my organization and our clients trust this source?
- Is the intelligence I gain from this source fact-based and unbiased?
POLITICO Pro’s newsroom is staffed by the most well-connected and trusted reporters in Washington. Pro’s teams of policy-specific journalists keep their opinions out of their stories to ensure readers have fact-based, unbiased information.
Modern media companies are learning that being first to break news or offering the sleekest online experience is simply not enough when it comes to helping readers and customers recognize their credibility. Now more than ever, media companies must offer objective information reported with accuracy and integrity. At POLITICO Pro, this commitment to objective and accurate reporting is at the root of every story that comes from our newsroom.
Background on POLITICO and POLITICO Pro
POLITICO was founded on a commitment to reporting the facts. In 2006, a handful of Washington reporters broke away from their respective right- and left-leaning organizations to build the next great political media company. Not only would POLITICO be first and best at breaking the most important news of our time, POLITICO’s reporting would become absolutely essential to influencers across the political spectrum.
Ten years later, POLITICO and POLITICO Pro journalism maintain this commitment to nonpartisan reporting. POLITICO and Pro are dedicated to the promise that all stories will continue to be non-partisan, trustworthy and accurate. POLITICO always strives to keep lawmakers honest and to make sure Pro subscribers have the fact-based reporting they need.
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