Alex Marlow’s Investigative Bombshell ‘Breaking the News’ Has Over 105 Pages of Source Material, 1,206 Endnotes

The forthcoming investigative blockbuster by Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow, Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media’s Hidden Deals and Secret Corruption, which details “the incestuous nature of the establishment media elite and America’s ideological Left,” contains 1,206 endnotes, resulting in 105 pages of source material.

The thoroughly researched book is based on hard evidence, including hundreds of articles, many of which were originally reported by Breitbart News, and direct quotes from key personalities across social media.

“I spent a year conducting deep-dive research to unearth the stories the Establishment Media doesn’t want Americans to know,” Marlow said. “That’s why the book contains 1,206 endnotes totaling over 100 pages of source materials.”

In a recent interview with America First radio show host Dr. Sebastian Gorka, Marlow explained his goal of exposing corporate media corruption.

“I didn’t want to write just a memoir — and there’s a small amount of memoir in this — but for the vast majority of it is new information based off of deep dive research into our corporate media establishment,” Marlow said.