THE EXPERT SOURCE BUREAU, an important addition to the Nation’s knowledgebase of information, was designed to help the media, researchers, and students acquire expert information on a wide variety of topics.
There are two categories of membership in the Expert Source Bureau:
- Expert Authority
- Expert Advocate
An Expert Authority is one who is a credentialed scholar or researcher focusing on subjects in which a logical conclusion can be reached through the application of deductive reasoning of scientific or empirical studies.
An Expert Advocate is one who uses information, developed by the Expert Authority, in order to advance a given agenda.
All applicants must have the ability to present their arguments in an honest, coherent and apolitical manner. Evidence of such activity can come in the form of published White Papers, articles, or books. It may also be demonstrated by positions of trust held in academia, business, industry, or government.
Those applicants wishing to appear on radio or television must also have demonstrated the ability to effectively communicate their findings across at least two of the following platforms: television, radio, printed media, debates, forums, presentations, and meetings.
If you are a credentialed scholar or researcher, share your knowledge and join as an Expert Authority by clicking HERE
For those who have developed an expertise in advocating a position based on information developed by Expert Authorities, we need you as an Expert Advocate. To join the Bureau, click HERE
And if you’re in the media, we challenge you to get the whole story. Don’t settle for mediocrity. Our experts provide top notch information and if necessary, will appear on your television or radio shows FREE of charge! To qualify for Professional User status, please click HERE
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