About BetterNews

Opened a newspaper and got in a bad mood? Lost your belief in the good in humanity by reading online news? Is everything getting increasingly worse? Where are the uplifting news? A prospect of the future not going down the drain but delivering progress?

Those positive news exist. But conforming to the journalistic mantra bad news are good news, they drown in the flood of disturbing reports that get more user interaction, but leave readers feeling angry, sad or helpless.

BetterNews wants to change that by filtering out the daily horror of violence, catastrophies and polarizing (fake) debates. Instead it sheds light on the those news delivering hope, depicting progress, providing solutions.

Bad news get enough attention.
It's time for BetterNews.

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