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‘We have lift-off’: Media.com activates first profile to celebrate female space pioneer

by | Feb 17, 2024

Media.com announced the launch of the first user profile on its network to celebrate “the remarkable achievements of Chantelle Baier, a female pioneer in the space industry,” states a release.

The network’s activation of its inaugural profile coincides with the successful launch of a SpaceX rocket carrying a payload arranged by Baier’s company, 4SPACE, which contains and protects artwork by internationally acclaimed artist Jeff Koons bound for the moon.

According to the release, “Media.com is set to become home to millions of individuals and organizations with profile verification being mandatory on the network to counteract fake profiles and the harm of misinformation.<

Already Media.com boasts registrations from over 130 countries including business executives, celebrities, everyday people and some of the world’s leading public relations figures. The company is forging a new direction for information integrity and authenticity as social networks and media publications grapple with rising distrust and credibility challenges.

“Media.com’s Founder & CEO James Mawhinney, an entrepreneur and businessman who created the platform after experiencing a harmful misinformation campaign costing him his business and his family home, said: “I am delighted to announce the launch of Media.com’s first profile. We selected Chantelle Baier out of thousands of alternatives as Chantelle represents a female entrepreneur taking humanity into outer space. Media.com helps people like Chantelle tell their incredible stories direct from their Media.com profile.

“I was lucky enough to be there with her at Kennedy Space Centre to hear “We have lift-off” which was a very fitting description for what Media.com will mean for our quest to improve the integrity of information published in online and offline media.””

The payload arranged by 4SPACE will be photographed and posted on Baier’s Media.com profile, representing the first-ever art gallery on the moon.

Baier commented on the partnership with Media.com: “I am literally over the moon to have been chosen to be the first Media.com profile. James and his team have developed an incredible platform that is critical to the safe evolution of humankind. Misinformation poses a significant threat to society and I am honoured to be part of the launch of Media.com as its inaugural member. I encourage every person and organization around the world to join the Media.com network.”

Baier’s Media.com profile showcases her various achievements in categorize Media.com describes as ‘Topics’. Baier’s topics include her Jeff Koons project, her business 4SPACE, involvement as a board member of the National Space Society, and various educational programs she has developed for children, including at Elon Musks school, Ad Astra. Ms Baier’s profile is accessible via a link on the Home page at www.media.com.

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