The Fero Report is humbly guided by the ethos of Thomas Jefferson’s proposal for the More General Diffusion of Knowledge:
“Experience has shown, that even under the best forms [of government], those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny … It is believed that the most effectual means of preventing this would be to illuminate, as far as practicable, the minds of the people at large.”
The Fero Report doesn’t have a mission statement or values. WalMart has “values.” The Fero Report reserves the right to update this page at any time to reflect the direction of the publication in a manner that better serves the interests of its readers.
The Fero Report is focused on three things:
- Serving you, the reader. Respecting your time and facilitating collective awareness are the chief mandates of this goal.
- Bringing you as close to the source of the news as possible. News writers are people predisposed to bias. Instead of pretending the Ferowich Report is immune to bias, the Report will rely on evidence to warrant, contextualize and support its assertions.
- Cutting out the noise. One of the reasons for launching the Ferowich Report arises from the observation that the media environment spends too much time covering what people say as opposed to events that happened.
The Fero Report seeks to deliver excellent news about important, but underserved, topics.
As we grow, the team will explore republication and syndication agreements, add for top-notch talent, assess opportunities to monetize, and take initiative in creating partnerships with organizations committed to the goal of creating a news environment that goes beyond creating a product for readers to consume and forget about.