I find that AMI has a unique approach to the news. They lean conservative and reasonable in their approach, which I like. Many of my friends ask where I get my information, I tell the the American Media Institute Newswire.
American Media Institute is my go to news feed in the morning. In a world full of FAKE news I am glad I have found an outlet that gives a strait forward factual information of the days news.
I find the work by the AMI writers to stand out. They do their research well and when I need a strong reliable source for work I am doing, it is their work that seems to rise to the top.
Unique takes on the news that is actually important. AMI tells stories that the rests of the media ignore.
The information that I learn from AMI’s reporting is unique and stuff I can’t find other places. I look froward to the newsletter that I get daily to link to their latest article.
AMI does a lot of National Security stories that I find very interesting and stories that I don't find elsewhere. As a college student I have come to rely on the reporting that AMI does to help me with my International Studies classes. #GreatWork AMI.
I look forward to receiving the news from AMI daily. They have a unique approach to the news and with fact based reporting. They also have talented writes that I enjoy reading.
Very responsive to my inquiries and appreciative of my support. They generated more than a couple of well researched articles that I couldn't ever find from other sources. This gave me a sense I was contributing to the public discourse by providing resources to this organization.
AMI covers interesting topics that you typically don't see in other publications. The AMI Newswire offers multiple articles and fresh new content on a daily basis. The AMI Investigative stories blow the top off issues that are important to all of us -- security, corruption, etc. With many publications simply recycling AP content and looking all the same, AMI content is a welcome addition to the savvy news reader.
The organization has lost substantial donor support after failing to deliver on its promises. It's personnel turnover rate has exceeded 100% in the past 18 months and 3 of its most prominate board members have resigned over management and ethics issues. It claims to place stories in major news outlets but no longer does so. For example, USA Today no longer accepts AMI material because of questions about AMI's integrity. AMI has begun using the GREAT NONPROFITS logo on it's homepage along with fake reviews to imply that it passes an ethics test, they did not and could not pass any such test.
This is one of the few fair media outlets left. They are excellent.
I first started reading AMI's Newswire about 4 months ago. It's a good source for news and interesting, in-depth reporting.
AMI has been a recent find for me. It's provided an educated and level-headed, yet alternative stance on public policy issues. It has been a great resource, especially when reading up on policy for work projects.
10/10 would recommend to a friend.
I first started reading AMI's Newswire about 6 months ago. I've found it to be a good source for daily news and interesting, in-depth reporting.
AMI has a truly global perspective and is filling a much needed gap in the world of journalism. As more and more newspapers fold, there is less investigative work like that which AMI does.
The American Media Institute is willing to do something that few other news outlets do: provide completely unbiased news stories by equally portraying every side of the story without offering its own editorializing to pieces. As someone who follows the news extremely closely, this is incredibly refreshing and I'm glad an organization is finally dedicating time to truthful, meticulous reporting.
The first AMI story I read was a non-partisan story about transgender bathrooms. Highly informative, and it tackled a perspective I hadn't seen published anywhere else. AMI always puts out refreshing, consistent content without ever sacrificing quality. In a world of careless, repetitive digital media, their investigations embrace an old fashioned style of journalism with a distinctly modern touch.