Mediate is the most intuitive and convenient news tracker on the market. Mediate lets you rate and track news articles immediately after you read them, directly in your browser. After you have read a news article, you can rate it one to five based on its accuracy, relevance, and clarity. Mediate then stores your ratings and aggregates them by journalist. Mediate will then display each journalist's average rating next to their name when you read future news articles so that you can keep track of which news journalists you like to read and which you do not like to read.
CURRENTLY SUPPORTED NEWS SITES
- Fox News
- Washington Post
- The NY Times
At its core Mediate is a news tracker, a tool to help users find and remember journalists who write high quality news articles. By providing a way to track and filter out low quality news articles (and the journalists who write those news articles), Mediate hopes to improve the way users absorb their news. Additionally, by emphasizing the journalists who write the news articles, in the long run Mediate hopes to incentivize journalists to write higher quality articles.
If you would like Mediate to support a news site that is not listed above, you can request it either through the Mediate app or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
1.0.7 - Added google analytics. Made Mediate community rating the default rating to display for journalists
1.0.6 - Added ratings source feature to give users the option to use either the Mediate community's rating history or their own rating history to calculate each journalist's average rating