ATLANTA – Sovren is thrilled to announce the newest addition to its rapidly expanding team, as the ambitious challenger to Big Tech prepares to take its mission to the next level…

Formerly known as ISE.Media, Sovren was founded in 2018 by two-time Emmy Award-winning journalist Ben Swann. This week, the company announced it has added Reed Cooley to its leadership team as director of communications.

“Make no mistake: 2022 is going to be a year of remarkable growth for Sovren, and we look forward to seeing all the potential our future holds in the years to come,” said Swann. “My confidence in Sovren’s success increases every day, especially as we continue to bring on people who have what it takes to win the war for free speech and who can help us to fight back against Big Tech collusion.”

Cooley is known for his public relations work across the political industry. In addition to contributing to several political campaigns on the federal, state, and local levels, he served as vice president of communications at libertarian student organization Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), where he built the company’s communications and marketing programs over several years.

“When I heard about Sovren’s work, I knew this was a team I wanted to be a part of,” said Cooley. “It is so difficult to emphasize the importance of defeating Big Tech censorship and guaranteeing freedom of speech for future generations, especially at this critical point in our country’s history. If we do not have the liberty or the means of engaging in free, open discourse, freedom in any other sense is an impossibility.”

Sovren’s goal is “to create an uncensored, blockchain-based, decentralized news and entertainment platform with a funding mechanism for independent media.” For more information on Sovren’s work, please visit or contact @ReedCooley at