In an age of information where the primary language of mutual communication between various cultures is English, World Bulletins will provide new perspectives on world events to a global audience.
Reading, listening or watching the news won’t be the end of the line for the World Bulletins audience. We’re aiming to get a response from our viewers; a reaction, a change in their thought pattern, a different perception of social issues and a more clear, deeper understanding of various cultures and ethnicities. It’s a two-way streak at World Bulletins and we invite you to be a part of our aspiration and your inspiration.
We define our audience as global citizens with a global conscience and believe they deserve to be at the heart of the story. Our field first approach means our journalists will be situated in all four corners of the world ready to cover any event live on location. World Bulletins will put emphasis on the humanitarian angle of each story, prioritising how the event influences the people rather than the stakeholders.
With an original media enterprise model uninfluenced by those of other global media outlets, we hope to contribute to the narrative of how stories are told and channel in new perspectives of thought. In other words, we aspire for a better-informed global audience