Does the Freedom of Press Go Too Far?
“Profiling” is something we do as human beings by nature. The question then comes to “Is our opinion influenced by our own cognitive thinking or by the influence of the media?” With Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain heading into the general election race; Looking back on during the election campaigns, It was definite that Barrack Obama had a definite presence in the limelight of the media. With Oprah’s support he was on the covers from US WEEKLY Magazine,Vogue, and Time Magazine. With his picture put on major magazines, how could we not resist?” We forgot all about what our other candidates are about .
We started to judge based on appearance. When I asked people about the election, I heard the same joke spat to me every time. “McCaine will die before his presidency ends then we’re all screwed if Pallin runs the country.” When is it a crucial issue when it comes to differentiating media bias over media corruption? It is well known that reporters and journalists let the public know what their preference is whether it may be with politics, fashion, music and whatever else they like to persuade our view to favor with theirs. When it comes what the media favors it isn’t a question of whether the public is being pursued from every angle. From newspapers, magazines, and broadcast news all working together to form one great opinion. Something as simple as “Crest” toothpaste over “Meijer” toothpaste becomes a rhetorical question on what the population would prefer. Let’s take a look at some examples.
The question then comes to; how does someone’s opinion come to corruption? True Focus states that media corruption is the use of criminal devices to manipulate or defraud the public, and destroys our societal moral fabric. No longer do media journalists prioritise source accuracy and reliability in news reporting over ratings. Day journalists...