• We're an online News Media network

    As a verb used when things are blending or being blended together, meld dates only to the first half of the 20th century. In its early days, the word attracted some unfavorable attention. Those who didn't like it tended to perceive it as a misuse of an older meld meaning "to declare or announce (a card or cards) for a score in a card game" (such as pinochle or gin rummy). But the more recent meld, a blend of melt and weld, was an entirely new coinage suggesting a smooth and thorough blending of two or more things into a single, homogeneous whole. The word is no longer controversial.
    — Merriam-Webster

  • We design and develop news media sites.

    In this network of sites, we offer exclusive stories not carried or reported on by the local media.

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Exclusive stories

The stories presented by our sites are regularly exclusive and contain information not covered anywhere else.

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Shared Resources

We regularly share resources and information, regardless of which network partner leads with the story.

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Sharing Stories

Often, there will be times when several of our partners will publish the same stories, in order to inform the public.

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Our Readers

We encourage our readers to let us know if there are situations, etc that we should know about. We'll check them out.

We bring the best news stories to you.

The stories provided by MeldedMedia and the network partners will not be swayed as to how they are presented due to favorable coverage and what the advertisers dictate. Our exclusive stories will rarely be mentioned in the regular media. And our advertisers will be few!

Our Content

News and Opinion sites
Satire (news, politics, religion, etc.)
SchoolWatch USA
and more

Check us often

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We cut to the chase

We follow the money, the documentation, and our research to get to the heart of the matter. The good, the bad, and the ugly.

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