Freedom of the Press is not the exclusive preserve of the "dominant media culture," as late Washington Times Editor Arnaud de Borchgrave described an increasingly elitist class of society.
The Internet revolution of the mid-1990s opened the door for new media pioneers, notably Matt Drudge whose DrudgeReport.com in its heyday surpassed in reader traffic most of the news sites his headlines link to.
As Drudge told the National Press Club in a historic address on June 2, 1998: "We have entered an era vibrating with the din of small voices. Every citizen can be a reporter, can take on the powers that be. ... The Net gives as much voice to a computer geek like me as to a CEO or speaker of the House. We all become equal. And you would be amazed what the ordinary guy knows."
, like Drudge once did, champions the work of news professionals with integrity including the Advisory Board of of Free Press Foundation
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is offered to all news platforms including the "Mainstream Media" as an affordable news service to balance mega media narratives that have lurched leftward in recent decades. Other subscribers can launch independent media platforms and even benefit from professional training if desired. Furthermore any of their work that is accepted by the FPI
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