A holdover from newspaper publishing, the term ‘below the fold’ referred to where the less attention-grabbing stories would be placed: the bottom of the newspaper, where it was mostly invisible when displayed on a newsstand. While newsstands are about significant as phone booths these days, major media outlets still promote which stories they think will get clicks and views, keeping nuanced news that affects education, healthcare, and civil rights out of the headlines.
“Below the Fold” breaks down those stories, covering current topics that don’t get the attention they deserve in new playful ways. From Satirical sketches to pithy video essays to interviews in the field, Below the Fold blends comedy with progressive politics to bring you weekly ADD-approved videos that educate and entertain.
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