Professing Truth (PT) News started soon after it began and began as soon as it started. It was an answer to the larger newspapers’ insistence to continue lying about all sorts of things.
Located in the heart of the busy city’s news sector in North America, PT News is surrounded, and looked down upon (quite literally), by many vindictive skyscrapers, home to the larger and more popular newspapers of the land.
Standing alone in its fight for truth, PT News has garnered something of a following and prints around 10,000 papers a week. That number is growing steadily—and slowly.
PT News has been ostracized by the larger papers, and even scandalously written about. But it stands strong. After all, someone must bring the truth to the land.
Slogan: “PT for TPL”
PT News Staff:
Professor VJ Duke — Founder & Managing Editor
PVJ started the paper; therefore, he is quite responsible for it. He makes sure the paper comes together and is ready for press on time. Also, he oversees front page stories.
Nick Warren — Bureau Chief
Nick joined the paper right after it was started. He deals with hiring reporters, acquiring eye-popping stories, managing what stories go where and why, and even dealing with hate mail.
J. Freedwoppen — Head Reporter
Mr. Freedwoppen is a great asset to PT News. Traveling the entirety of the land, searching for the most strange and outlandish stories, Mr. Freedwoppen’s job isn’t an easy one, but he loves it to many deaths, it is said. He also feels in as the paper’s videographer from time to time.
V. Shnodgrate — Copy Editor
Mr. Shnodgrate is the oldest member (age-wise) of the team. Joining PT News to help out his good friend PVJ, Mr. Shnodgrate now manages eliminating mistakes and poor grammar from the paper. He also writes for the paper. Being a well-respected and renown poet of the land, Mr. Shnodgrate’s expertise is invaluable.
Julia Thompson — Reporter
Miss Thompson is the newest member to the PT News team. She’s a recent graduate of Punchy College and is quite excited to work for a real-life news company. Her job is to find stories—great ones, wicked ones, and horribly filthy ones.