Herland Report: The launch of YouTube TV The Herland Report has proven to be a massive success, with both sections in the Scandinavian tongue and in English.
More than 500 000 have tuned in and watched the shows since mid June. In the coming months, new programs will regularly be launched.
We are very thrilled about the engagement from viewers and all the emails and messages sent from the readers. We hope to develop this further in the years to come.
The YouTube site provides direct messages as well as “The Talk” – speaking with leading Scandinavian intellectuals about issues that at large are not addressed in the mainstream media.
We do believe it is time to feature some perspectives that may help the general public get a more comprehensive outlook on the complexities of the geopolitical scene.
The more understanding we have for each other, the less likely we are to hate one another. This is our aim, to focus on creating an understanding rather than war.
The website, The Herland Report is a Scandinavian alternative portal which has millions of readers yearly, discusses politics and culture in an honest way and allows difference in opinion, free from the political correctness that characterizes mainstream media censorship in the West.
The Herland Report editorial policy resides above the traditional Left vs Right paradigm which we believe has lost its relevance and ability to describe the current driving forces in Western politics.
Herland is a Norwegian historian of religions, bestselling author and TV producer, well known from the media for sharp analysis and fearless speech.
She is the founder and host of The Herland Report – www.theherlandreport.com – which has millions of readers yearly. It regularly addresses politics, religion, cultural Western decay, mainstream propaganda bias and international issues regarding the USA and the Middle East. The Herland Report features leading intellectuals, authors, professors and activists.
Also check out these topics at CNN or FOX News. Other sources may be New York Times, USA Today, the Washington Post or from the British angle, BBC, The Guardian, The Telegraph or Financial Times.