I’ve been followingÂ Threat JournalÂ on their various outlets for a couple years now, and I’ve been pretty impressed with their coverage. If you’re not familiar with Threat Journal, it’s a newsletter, website and podcast that covers only “the bad stuff” – terrorism, nuclear disasters, war, etc, and should definitely be on your radar if you like to know what’s going on in the world around you.
Here’s what Threat Journal is all about in their own words:
Threat Journal is a newsletter, website and podcast focusing on serious threats to the security of the U. S. and itâ€™s citizens and interests at home and abroad.
TJ covers a variety of issues including war, terrorism, nuclear emergencies, border security, growing tensions with Iran, China, Russia, significant public health dangers such as epidemics, pandemics and more.
We sift through the bunk and hype to bring you precise news and analysis in a quick-read, executive summary format, clearly spelling out the details, how it impacts you, and where possible, ideas and methods to mitigate the dangers. Consider TJ your own personal high level weekly security briefing.
We report as if lives depend on it.
There are a few ways to follow Threat Journal’s content. First, if you’re on social media, you can connect with them on Facebook and Twitter. Second, can follow their blog at ThreatJournal.com, andÂ subscribe to their free newsletterÂ (look on the right hand side of the page). Third, you can subscribe to their text message service to be alerted via SMS immediately in the event of a major development or dangerous situation.
Additionally, for theÂ past couple of weeks, Threat Journal has been doing situation update videos on their YouTube channel. They are (so far) audio only, but are definitely worth your time to listen to. Check out their last update below.