We’re asking Amiga readers, like you, to make a new year contribution in support of the Amitopia Amiga Magazine’s open, independent journalism about the Amiga computer. This has been a turbulent decade across the Amigaworld – protest, populism, waiting, misleading and the escalating in Amiga debate crisis that leads to stranded Amiga people. Amitopia Amiga Magazine wants to fix that and has been in every corner of the globe, interviewing important people in relation to Amiga and provided useful Amiga News and Guides that every Amiga user have use for. We do this because we believe in the Amiga community which does amazing things.

At a time when factual information is both scarcer and more essential than ever, Trond and I that runs this service through the Distrita family. We believe that each of us deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart within all of the topics that we provide which also includes the Amiga.

More people than ever before are reading and supporting our journalism, in more than 180 countries around the world. And this is only possible because we made a different choice: to keep our reporting open for all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford to pay.

We have upheld our open-minded editorial independence in the face of the disintegration of traditional media – with social platforms giving rise to misinformation, the seemingly unstoppable rise of big tech and independent voices being squashed by commercial ownership. The Distrita’s Amitopia Amiga Magazine is all about independence which means that all of the contributors and writers can set their own agenda and voice to their own opinions. Our journalism is free from commercial and political influences – none of our articles are influenced by billionaire owners, humongous big media news sharing companies or shareholders. This makes our network of sites different. It means we can challenge the powerful without fear and give a voice to those less heard.

None of this would have been attainable without our readers’ generosity – your financial support has meant we can keep investigating, disentangling and interrogating. It has protected our independence, which has never been so critical. We are so grateful.

As we enter a new decade, we at Amitopia Amiga Magazine need your support so we can keep delivering quality journalism that’s open and independent. And that is here for the long term. Every reader contribution, however big or small, is so valuable. Support Amitopia and the entire Distrita family of sites from as little as €1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you.


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