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In case of Finnish news I mostly check HIGH.FI, the news aggregator from the creators of the technology site AfterDawn. The site appears to have an English version but I haven’t used it.
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reuters mostly, since I heard its where lots of other news orgs get their news (along with AP)
I hate the new reuters UI though and they seem to require a login now…
Every news site will report every major event, so you really you just need to choose one to follow regularly.
I’m mainly interested in the Middle East, so I check Al Jazeera daily. The output is manageable, not like a bunch of Western outlets that report on every tweet and non-issue, but they never miss anything actually important. Of course there’s bias, but it’s super obvious. More so than most. When there’s actually something I consider worth following, I check out more sites.
I am sad to say I see a lot poor way of gathering news sources. But RSS is pretty good and I use it myself, but I feel like it doesn’t work that well for news. works better for blogposts, following youtube channels I feel.
I follow mostly regional and national news so I can’t help you much there,
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My nextcloud server syncs several RSS news feed which then syncs to my phone and other devices…
I had some errors with that… but thanks for reminding me of this feature. I got to work on it to make it work.
If you want you could post your RSS links here so others could copy them :)
RSS Feeds (Miniflux) , which consists of mostly technology/current news feeds. Some that I frequently find myself reading the most would have to be The Verge and MotherBoard.
I use a mix match of Telegram and Reddit custom multireddit feeds of my own.
Then there is https://swprs.org/media-navigator/ that I heavily use. This is another resource https://everythingprogressive.org/media/media_console.html
I also read a lot of news and posts on the communist and Chinese diaspora subreddits to get a fresh, “other side” of view to stay self critical, because staying self critical is the most unbiased and revolutionary act in these times of blind people forming and screaming opinions based on watching a handful news channels and websites of either liberal or conservative side.
Edit: I also do not rely on fact checkers and am good at finding the funders, trustees, company or government backings of a news media source, so it helps me. I do not trust Snopes or MBFC with questionable past and affiliations.
The conspirational people’s news packing list.
Implying all content on both platforms is r/conspiracy and r/neoconNWO. Galaxy brain
Work at a news station, so I see the national and local news every day. Also some email subs and social media like lemmy and mastodon, sometimes Tumblr
From RSS feeds from news sites
RSS feeds from a number of sites. Mainly Il Post to keep up with what’s happening in the world and in my country. I frequently browse lemmy and sometimes HackerNews. I also follow some subreddits. I keep up with both RSS feeds and reddit feeds from Telegram, because it’s easy to use both from desktop and mobile, and I can easily share news to family & friends, or forward them to a bot that saves them to my Wallabag
Yep I do the same with self-hosted FreshRSS for RSS feeds, and Wallabang.
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I have to lean myself off of social media for news. I’m transitioning to just getting all my news off of RSS feeds, which I subscribe to various sites that I trust.
My friends mention anything interesting, and then I look it up.
I stopped looking at news myself.