Why I’m Building a Media DAO to Support Objective, Fact-Based, and Nuanced Journalism

The New York Times was established in 1851 as a penny paper that would avoid sensationalism and report the news in a restrained and objective fashion.

But today, media incentives are broken.

We Are All Media Outlets

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Founder of METARISE. CEO of Collective Campus. HBR writer. Author of Time Rich, and Employee to Entrepreneur. Host of Future Squared podcast. Occasional surfer.

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Steve Glaveski

Steve Glaveski

Founder of METARISE. CEO of Collective Campus. HBR writer. Author of Time Rich, and Employee to Entrepreneur. Host of Future Squared podcast. Occasional surfer.

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