Mainstream media is hyper-political, slanted and generally distrusted due to its political bias and private interests.
There's a deep cultural hunger for good-faith coverage of global issues and events.
Subverse fills that void.
It curates and reports news that is fact-based and balanced to encourage clarity and diversity of thought across its audience. Subverse aims to deliver where other news organizations fall short - by providing insightful stories that are designed to foster understanding, not sunder it.
Subverse was founded by Tim Pool, an award-winning journalist committed to balanced reporting. It was co-founded by Emily Molli, Chief Content Officer, and Bill Ottman, CIO.
His reputation has been built on a unique style of interactive, investigative broadcast journalism. Tim’s live coverage has been featured by national and global media outlets such as NBC, Reuters, MSNBC, and Al Jazeera English. Tim was awarded the 2013 Shorty Award for Best Journalist in Social Media and was featured as a “Time Person of the Year 2011.” Between his Timcast and Tim Pool YouTube channels, Tim’s work has earned 860K+ subscribers and 229M views.
Subverse has emerged as the new wave in journalism.
It is quickly and successfully expanding the zeitgeist of independent media. Its platform is fueled by a talented team of like-minded media professionals, including journalist Emily Molli and Bill Ottman of Minds.com.
In a short few months, Subverse has built a notable base of 130K+ subscribers and its content has earned 3.1M+ views.
Subverse videos run about ten minutes long and blanket global and national topics that draw extensive viewership such as Facebook’s reputation, the Mueller report, and France’s Yellow Vest movement.
Currently, Subverse has amassed media assets of more than 100 videos, with four new videos produced per week. Some of the interviews feature experts in their field: Dr. Debra Soh (Ph.D. in sexual neuroscience), David Fuller (Rebel Wisdom YouTube Channel), and Geoffrey Miller and Diana Fleischman (evolutionary psychologists).