WATCH: Sneak peek preview of new features for DML App 2.0 (video)
Monday on his news broadcast, DML News CEO Dennis Michael Lynch showed a 90-second demonstration video which gives a sneak-preview of some of the new features being implemented into the new DML App 2.0 version, which will be released in the near future.
The DML App is being updated in order to combat the continuous and ever-expanding censorship by Facebook, which has resulted in the DML News articles now reaching only a small fraction of our loyal audience. (Scroll down to watch video demonstration and learn how you can help!)
DML News CEO Dennis Michael Lynch has one of the most popular daily live broadcasts on Facebook, and our team is committed to bringing you the unfiltered truth in the form of daily news reports throughout the day on our website, despite Facebook’s crackdown on what you see in your newsfeed.
If you appreciate the TRUTH that DML continues to bring you, we need your help!
DML will be releasing an updated version of the DML APP in the near future, along with a new social media tool that will allow you to receive ALL the news you depend on from us – UNCENSORED!
The platform will leverage the power of social media and citizen journalism, and it will include websites and apps that offer written content, videos, LIVE news reports and documentary films.
If you’d like to be a part of making this new platform an incredible social network alternative and fight back against the censorship, DML News invites you join us in helping to “make the media great again.”
To build out our model and to advertise our services, we need your help. Please consider donating today! Give us the momentum we need to become truly independent from Facebook and it’s censorship. (Scroll down to watch video demonstration and learn how you can help!)
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BELOW IS A DEMONSTRATION OF THE SOON-TO-BE-RELEASED DML APP 2.0:
ABOUT: Dennis Michael Lynch understands media, politics, and business. As an acclaimed filmmaker, TV host, and political commentator, he understands the false narratives that fuel the news, and he rejects what takes place behind the closed doors at major media companies.
As an award winning entrepreneur who has employed approximately 1,000 people over the past 25-years, DML has created successful businesses of various kinds, and won the prestigious Long Island Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for E-Business in 2000.
DML understands that the best way to grow a platform of this kind is to get the “People” involved, and keep the platform pure and free of special interest groups.
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