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Pendect is reshaping the way you navigate your daily flood of news. Always stay up to date and become a part in the fight against fake news.

Illustration of Pendect's website.
Illustration of Pendect's website.

A new news feed
awaits you.

Pendect is a news platform that’s built on community contribution, news transparency and individual content personalization. Easily put together a news feed that covers all your interests - whether it's politics, sports or local news from your hometown.

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Easily stay up to date on current news events

Let's face it, keeping up with all the news sometimes feels like a full-time job. Pendect makes it easy for you to have an eye on all the topics you're invested in by giving you a tl;dr version with all the relevant details while omitting personal views and sentiments.

Quickly get a comprehensive overview of any topic

Numerous outlets cover the same topic over and over again while other topics are hardly reported on. Pendect is offering a new take on traditional media: by displaying news in short, factual and neutral cards sorted chronologically into topics. So you'll never miss out on important events and have all the key information in one place.

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Get informed by the peers of your community

Contributions by the civil society are a scarce commodity in today’s news. Eyewitness reports are subjected to censorship and local accounts are hardly found. By having Pentributors from all around the world, Pendect is giving you not only the opportunity to read up on global news but also the chance to get informed on what is happening around you.

Illustration of a feature

Easily stay up to date on current news events

Let's face it, keeping up with all the news sometimes feels like a full-time job. Pendect makes it easy for you to have an eye on all the topics you're invested in by giving you a tl;dr version with all the relevant details while omitting personal views and sentiments.

Illustration of a feature

Quickly get a comprehensive overview of any topic

Numerous outlets cover the same topic over and over again while other topics are hardly reported on. Pendect is offering a new take on traditional media: by displaying news in short, factual and neutral cards sorted chronologically into topics. So you'll never miss out on important events and have all the key information in one place.

Illustration of a feature

Get informed by the peers of your community

Contributions by the civil society are a scarce commodity in today’s news. Eyewitness reports are subjected to censorship and local accounts are hardly found. By having Pentributors from all around the world, Pendect is giving you not only the opportunity to read up on global news but also the chance to get informed on what is happening around you.


Community guidelines

Pendect is built on a set of guidelines to ensure a consistent quality of content, an equal playing field for each member of the community and a democratic approach to journalism. Our guidelines are constantly evolving as our community grows.

Source

All sources must have a reputation for upholding facts and need to have an editorial oversight. Furthermore, sources that rely on extremist views, rumours or gossip, or only personal opinions are not valid.

Language & Tone

FAQ are urged to uphold the community’s standards, including neutrality of language and tone, originality of wording and factuality of content.

Opinions

News cards should never show the Pentributor’s opinion. Opinions of public figures are allowed as long as quoted and marked as such.

Review Process

To avoid false, untruthful or fragmentary information, each card is reviewed by at least two other FAQ before being published. Therefore ensuring the community’s standard of quality.

Categories & Tags

Each card has to be filed under one single category. Tags for people, locations and organisations are added automatically, though FAQ are given the option to add or change them if necessary.

Topics

A topic is either generated when there are more than three cards for a particular event, or added by a Pentributor when seen as relevant. Topics consist of cards that are linked to one specific event.