Scale up your fact-checking

Engage your audience where they are, automate the collection and triage of claims, and scale your response.

We’ve been running a tipline for two years, and this is the tool we have been waiting for. One that can make the newsroom process of finding misinformation more efficient and automate the responses.
Jency Jacob
Editor, BOOM

Hybrid human and machine system

Since October 2019, Meedan has run a global fact-checking project using the WhatsApp Business API in 5 countries and 4 languages. The groundbreaking study is based on nearly 5,700 fact-checks across India, Brazil, South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria and was made possible with support from WhatsApp and Facebook.

Learn more about the study, which was released at Global Fact 7.
Bots and algorithms take care of the most repetitive tasks, helping journalists focus on high-level editorial work.

Customize every step of your workflow


Deploy multilingual bots in minutes

Create conversational bots across multiple languages and tailor content to your audience.

Publish fact-checks at the speed of social media

Publish engaging, rich reports that can be shared and forwarded with URLs back to the newsrooms’ web sites and content.

Cut through the noise and prioritize

Create lists to automatically categorize inbound requests based on editorial preferences and access all stages of the fact-checking pipeline in seconds.
Africa Check operates a tipline across three countries. The Check workflow allows fact-checkers across all our teams to collaborate and follow the same methodology.
Kate Wilkinson
Deputy Chief Editor,
Africa Check

Check has supported some of the largest collaborative reporting initiatives on the internet

During the 2016 presidential election in the United States, Check supported Electionland, a national reporting effort covering voting problems during the 2016 election. A coalition of organizations – including ProPublica, Google News Lab, the USA TODAY NETWORK, Univision News, First Draft, WNYC, and the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in New York – worked together to track the voter experience across the country in real time.