iReport is an invitation for you to be a part of CNN's coverage of the stories you care about and an opportunity to be a part of a global community of men and women who are as passionate about the news as you are. At CNN we believe that looking at the news from different angles gives us a deeper understanding of what's going on. We also know that the world is an amazing place filled with interesting people doing fascinating things that don't always make the news.
That's why iReport is full of tools to help you tell your stories and discuss the issues that are important to you. Since everyone's interests are different, we've also built new tools to help you customize your iReport experience – if you're into politics, travel and sports, you'll see different stories than fans of tech, health and food stories. We've also created groups so you can hang out and even collaborate with iReporters with similar interests.
Everything you see on iReport starts with someone in the CNN audience. The stories here are not edited fact-checked or screened before they post. CNN's producers will check out some of the most compelling, important and urgent iReports and, once they're cleared for CNN, make them a part of CNN's news coverage. (Look for the red "CNN iReport" stamp to see which stories have been vetted for CNN.) More on how iReport works »
Together, CNN and iReport can paint a more complete picture of the news. We'd love for you to join us. Jump on in, tell your story and see how it connects with someone on the other side of the world. Here are some resources to get started: