SilenceBreaker Media aim to promote media literacy and critique, and foster democratic engagement in the digital age. We do this via several not-for-profit activities, including provoking discussion and debate via our weblog, our podcast, and our news aggregator available as a free mobile app for Android users.
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Breaking the Silence is our bi-weekly podcast hosted by Jay Baker and Jane Watkinson examining recent mainstream media coverage of local and global events to provoke debate and stimulate discussion.
The Silence Breaker is our Android app news aggregator that brings together from around the globe stories usually missed out by mainstream media outlets. This will enable Android users to access information they might usually miss, learn more about the world they live in, and make decisions for themselves.
Note: the news aggregator pulls news from our unique Twitter feeds, and is selected from sources we consider to be reliable. However, there are no strict rules on this so please do decide for yourself which sources you prefer – and let us know your thoughts!
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