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4.6 out of 5
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904 Ratings

Acgtrs ,

Truth to power

I’ve been a TYT member for years... Today, 5 corporations own the major majority of news/media outlets, in the United States. 30 years ago, that number was far great than 70 companies... What that means is, the bulk of information we are fed, is filtered through a handful of CORPORATE entities. They tell you want they want you to know. Don’t be fooled, and think that those 5 corporations don’t have a profit motive in mind, when they filter the news/information they distribute... Remember, recently, on live tv, the working/middle class was referred to as “Human Capitol”... In the eyes of the elite, we are little more than sheep...

TYT, and other independent media outlets, they are driven by viewer memberships, and not by big budget advertising. TYT’s responsibility is to its members. They give us truthful journalism... Fact based analysis... You may not always agree with some of what they have to say, but you won’t be lied to.

lyseee___ ,

Starting a movement

I have a special place in my heart for TYT. I was never into politics before watching them and once I found them I watched them every day. Most TV news outlets are biased in some form or other but will swear they are objective. I actually really appreciate that TYT admits their progressive biased and that they truly believe that progressive values are the best solution for everyone. They got me excited about news and world events like I never thought I could be because they actually are passionate and put heart into what they do. Would always recommend them as the best progressive news source.

My only criticism: after watching since 2016 I’ve noticed they’ll make fun of Christianity or belittle it every so often. It already feels a little isolating to be a Christian progressive, but I really do think you can have strong progressive values while subscribing to any religion. I don’t think you need to be an atheist to be a progressive. With that in mind I just wish TYT was at least a little more religiously neutral/welcoming so they don’t alienate certain viewers that are strong progressives of different faiths.

Other than that, my favorite shows to watch are the main TYT show and the damage report, and my favorite hosts are John, Emma and Cenk because I like their cool snarky personalities and Cenk’s relative objectiveness when looking at the other side.

TimDawgz ,

Great content 👍, broken app 👎

I love the TYT content and have been a member for years. I pretty much only watch the main show and the app has been decent for watching the show but this latest update makes it difficult to use. The video position tracking no longer works so if I’m watching a video and at 11 minutes 23 seconds need to minimize the app to reply to an email then when I return the video starts over again!? Even if I pause the video first when I return it again starts over again. It used to remember the last position of every video and return me to where I left off.

Second, will someone please fix the sign-in screen to allow us to use Apples built in password access to things like keychain stored credentials or LastPass or any password manager? I shouldn’t have to go look up my login info and manually type it in when I need to login again after every single app update.

Speaking of which it’d be great to not need to login again after every app update. If you can’t save the credentials between updates then the ability to use saved passwords is even more important. It’s irritating to need to look up and manually enter my account credentials after every TYT app update.

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