Cover image of Chase Palmieri

Chase Palmieri Podcasts

Read more

6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Chase Palmieri. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Chase Palmieri, often where they are interviewed.

Read more

6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Chase Palmieri. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Chase Palmieri, often where they are interviewed.

Updated daily with the latest episodes

Episode artwork

John Corbally and Chase Palmieri

Read more

Mickey begins the show in conversation with academic colleague Dr. John Corbally; their topic is “Why History Matters.” Corbally recently completed a new textbook on 20th Century history, one that endeavors to include the perspectives of third-world nations, and of everyday people, rather than only the deeds of leaders and elites.

In the second half-hour, Chase Palmieri rejoins the program as a guest to offer an update on the latest developments at, a web site that offers its users the ability to rate media outlets’ coverage of news stories called crowd contested media.


John Corbally is professor of history at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, California.
His new book is “The Twentieth Century World, 1914 to the Present,” from Bloomsbury Press.
Chase Palmieri cohosts the Project Censored Show, and is a co-founder of

Feb 25 2020 ·
Episode artwork

Chase Palmieri - Crowd-Sourcing the News

Read more
Chase Palmieri – Crowd-Sourcing the News: Start-Up “Credder” Turns Readers Into Reviewers

Airing Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at 2:00 PM PST / 5:00 PM EST

Interview with Chase Palmieri, Co-Founder of Credder

“Love lives in our heart, beliefs lie in our head.” — Swami Beyondananda

At a time when disinformation, misinformation and missing information characterizes much of the news, and the trust in media is at an all-time low, might it be time to access the “wisdom of crowds”?

Our Wiki Politiki guest this week, Chase Palmieri, thinks so. He and his partner, Austin Walter, have founded a new platform, Credder, that they’ve branded “Rotten Tomatoes” for the news. Credder – rooted obviously in the word “credibility” — allows readers to review articles for veracity and bias, and then post these reviews on the Credder site. Writers are then rated on these criteria, and reviewers too are held accountable by THEIR ratings.

The site says:

We believe news should compete for credibility, not clicks. Together on Credder’s news review platform, we can hold media accountable and accelerate the news industry’s transition from clicks to credibility. Credder works by allowing journalists and the public to review articles, creating credibility ratings for every article, author, and outlet. We believe this is the only way, without censoring content, to establish a clear incentive for quality in online news.

Chase Palmieri is CEO and Cofounder of the news review site and is also CoHost of the nonpartisan media watchdog Project Censored’s national radio show and podcast. He has a degree in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management from Chico State University, and he and his father own Risibisi Restaurant in Petaluma, California- winner of 12 straight Michelin Guide awards. His focus is on growing Credder and bringing their “Rotten Tomatoes for news” service to readers everywhere.
Can Credder bring credibility to news? How do they plan to deal with “confirmation bias” in readers, and folks who simply won’t believe anything that they don’t already agree with? Will they help empower and fund a new breed of truly independent journalists who won’t need to work for corporate news sources? Will they help create a more discerning and intelligent readership?

If you’re curious, please tune in this Tuesday, February 18th at 2 pm PT / 5 pm ET.

To find out more about Credder, please go here:

Support Wiki Politiki — A Clear Voice In the “Bewilderness”

If you LOVE what you hear, and appreciate the mission of Wiki Politiki, “put your money where your mouse is” … Join the “upwising” — join the conversation, and become a Wiki Politiki supporter:

Make a contribution in any amount via PayPal (
Go ahead, PATRONIZE me! Support Wiki Politiki monthly through Patreon!

Visit the Wiki Politiki Show page

Connect with Steve Bhaerman at

#ChasePalmieri #Credder #SteveBhaerman #WikiPolitiki
Feb 19 2020 · 56mins
Episode artwork

Accountability For The Win 🏆 - Chase Palmieri, Credder

Read more
GUEST: Chase Palmieri, Credder

Chase Palmieri, Founder + CEO of Credder is doing big things. I sat with this brilliant minded entrepreneur at Studio 140 and listened as he recounted the steps taken (checklist anyone?) to bring this news review platform to life. Solving the problem of keeping news outlets and reporters accountable, Credder believes news should compete for credibility not clicks.

Besides his work at Credder, Chase also cohosts the national radio show and podcast for Project Censored, a nonprofit bipartisan media watchdog founded in 1976. The Project Censored Show is a radio show and podcast that airs on over 50 stations from Maui to New York, reporting on "the news that didn't make the news."

When Chase isn't working on behalf of news consumers, you can find him surrounded by friends and family at his Petaluma restaurant Risibisi- winner of twelve straight Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand awards.

Learn more about Credder here:
I'm Not Gonna Lie is hosted by Danielle Stroble with producer Phil Ybarrolaza in Petaluma, CA.
This episode was recorded at Keller Street CoWork.
I'm Not Gonna Lie is a proud member of the Podifornia ( podcast network.
Feb 14 2020 · 1hr
Episode artwork

The State of Fake News And Reviews With Chase Palmieri - S2 EP 15

Read more

Chase Palmieri, Co-Founder and CEO of Credder, talks to your host Vahe Arabian of State of Digital Publishing. Chase talks Credder, that is creating a trusted review site for news media articles for journalists and the public. Chase Palmieri also talks about the elements that make articles more credible, how Credder compares to other rating sites like Rotten Tomatoes and Yelp, and the types of publishers that will need Credder’s services. 

Support the show:

See for privacy information.

Aug 20 2019 · 50mins
Episode artwork

Abby Martin and Chase Palmieri

Read more

Journalist Abby Martin, host of The Empire Files on teleSUR, makes a return visit to the program and speaks with Mickey about how corporate media obfuscates the truth to serve US power and its allies, in Palestine, Yemen, Venezuela and elsewhere. In the second half of the show, Chase Palmieri of revisits the program, following a recent remark from celebrity entrepreneur Elon Musk that there ought to be a way for the public to rate the work of journalists. Palmieri explains how does exactly that, and summarizes how to use it.

Abby Martin hosts “The Empire Files” on Telesur TV, and is the founder of  Chase Palmieri is cofounder of; his background in the restaurant business inspired him to create a site where readers can evaluate news articles, in the same way as offers a place for restaurant ratings.

Jun 02 2018 ·
Episode artwork

Chase Palmieri of and Dave Lindorff Reports on “Russiagate”

Read more
For the first half of the show, Chase Palmieri explains the latest developments at, the web site where readers critique and rate journalistic articles for others to see. Then, answering the corporate-media obsession with “Russiagate,” veteran reporter Dave Lindorff summarizes how the US has interfered in foreign elections (including Russia’s), and how paid US-government “trolls” attack alternative-media sites.

Via Mike MacKenzie on Flickr

Chase Palmieri is a cofounder of

Dave Lindorff has been a journalist for 40 years and contributed to many publications; he’s also the founder of the news site
Mar 05 2018 ·