Untangle misinformation using predictive media intelligence
Track, predict, and understand the impact of misinformation across web and social media.
Track and predict misinformation
Track false stories, monitor risky sources and narratives, and predict public engagement with any emerging false news story with a dashboard that tracks web and social media sources all in one view.
Research and explore misinformation
Explore the scale and impact of misinformation and fake news in any location, topic, theme, or industry, with access to 7+ years of media activity and public interest, from over 250m data points.
“NewsWhip Spike was probably the most useful tool to help us out in what we were doing. We always had this tension between ‘putting fuel on the fire’ or the question of ‘are we too late,’ and the story has traveled halfway around the world already. That was really where Spike came into its own.”
Sam Dubberley, Project Manager, Crosscheck
Combine predictive media intelligence with support from the NewsWhip Research Center
The NewsWhip Research Center, our internal research center, creates industry leading guides to the intersection of media and public interest on web and social media. These reports are used by Niemen Lab, Wired, the New York Times, and many others.
Bring the insight of our team of industry experts together with a powerful tool that tracks the output of misinformation publishers, side by side with public interest in misinformation narratives. Combined, you can use NewsWhip to track and research the spread of misinformation in a modern media ecosystem.
NewsWhip powers the exploration of misinformation for industry leaders
Real-time misinformation data
Discover breaking misinformation stories within 60 seconds of their publication, and use real-time, predictive public interaction data to find the stories gaining public interest, and prioritize what to debunk before it can spread further.
Historical misinformation data
Explore media and public interaction data from 2014 to present day, to research misinformation narratives, publishers, and authors — and analyze their influence on any story or event across web and social media.