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Several young political reporters for mainstream media outlets said they hadn’t heard of Mazza or UNF when asked for an interview. He learned how to report by reading books and maintains a strict, no opinion, facts-only policy.The site is Mazza’s cherished creation, and his adoration for it is apparent not only in how he plugs his URL and social media handles into conversation or says, “We have an international audience” when talking about his one-man publication, but also the literal lengths he has gone to get a story. “I believe if you have an opinion in reporting, you’re not really a journalist,” he says.Upstairs, there’s a breakfast bar with glittering digital turntables, while about ten half-naked men and women partake in varying degrees of petting on mattresses laid out on the floor.A fit, shirtless dude smokes a joint and observes that the NSFW parties here at the Clubhouse are “a great place to be free.” Later in the night, he’ll be scampering about in boxers, and a little while after that he’ll be buck-naked.
“He’s a real go-getter,” says Marty Herstein, the director of the Connecticut School of Broadcasting in Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, a technical school Mazza graduated from in November.A press pass dangles around his neck and he has parted his lush brown hair in the middle so it sweeps out over his forehead and dark eyebrows. Mazza is likely the only self-taught founder of a news and radio organization to gain White House press pass privileges, and did so as a teenager no less.He covered briefings and events during the Obama administration for UNF, or Universal News Forever, the site he created at eight years old.Reclined on a leather sofa nearby, snuggling with his boyfriend while wearing studded Converse sneakers, a leather kilt, a black pirate ship captain’s jacket and a decorative crown of gold, is NSFW’s founder Daniel Saynt.Big and bearded, Saynt’s been mellow all night, opting to take in the reverie around him instead of dancing through the crowded apartment like some of his guests.