1. Local news channel ? State videos ? News podcast ? Not too famous shows etc ? Nice report about someone or an association ? Anything that goes unnoticed you think should be noticed ? Hit me !
    Politics, activism sport, pop culture, check my new job page: we basically do short news videos : Fun fact about my new job : you can see it but my mother can't
  2. Not sure if this counts as mainstream but The New York Times runs this weekly newsletter called The Interpreter which does a great job of breaking down the story of the week in a lot of detail and provides context and history and such. And also Quartz is a great app which gives fun bite sized updates!
    Suggested by @reallybadtiming
  3. I swear by Quartz
    The app is great in its minimalism and quirkiness, but the newsletter is also incredible. It's the only media newsletter I subscribe to. (Has a Spanish version, as well, and a lifestyle newsletter, too.) http://www.qz.com
    Suggested by @Jaycer17
  4. If you skip past the obscenely-partisan political coverage, Drudge Report is one of the best news aggregators out there.
    Plus, it always helps to know how your political opposites are experiencing the news.
    Suggested by @Waz
  5. Wall Street Journal
    It's conservative-centrist by nature, but fair. It's therefore a great bellwether for how reasonable non-liberals see the news.
    Suggested by @bjnovak
  6. The New York Times does a weekday podcast series called "The Daily" hosted by Michael Barbaro. It provides the big stories of the day but also goes in-depth about controversial issues including laying out their full history and talking to people effected by them.
    Suggested by @sebastianbiondi
  7. Allsides.com
    I'm a huge fan of this aggregate site that not only lists news articles from all reputable media sources but also the news media's political slant. As much as I like to read news that reinforces my own viewpoint, it's important to see what other viewpoints are reporting (or NOT reporting).
    Suggested by @eatthelove
  8. The Skimm! It's an email service that presents facts in a non-partisan way. It's quick and easy. And they also mention relevant company shareholders for transparency which I very much appreciate.
    Suggested by @houseof_darien
  9. I fully stan for Wash Post & Ny Times. But that's the j-school in me talking. BBC, WSJ, Reuters and Al-Jazeera are always safe and fair
    Suggested by @aliciamcelhaney