The media surrounds us; from the shows we watch on
television and the music we listen to on the radio, to the
books, magazines and newspapers that we read each day.
Without the media, we, the people in society, would be cut
off from the rest of the world which include governing
bodies, law-makers, and neighboring towns and cities. The
flow of information is important for the expansion of
communities and the media aids this. Without a wide
range of information, people's opinions and views would be
bounded and their impressions and assumptions of the
world around them, exploited.
Though media is not the only communication means used
to distribute the flow of information, its significance in
developed countries is worth mentioning as it is the main
source of informing the people on political issues or current
affairs. It is also one of the chief foundations of
Print media has always been a dominant medium
throughout the decades in the western civilization. Media
workers have to do research for their reports, which
includes sifting through piles and piles of information to
support a thesis and make it more than one thousand
words in order to explain an event, a situation, or a person.
They have to arrange the important issues and points into
a strategic article that an average onlooker can understand
and form an opinion on the matter. In this way, the media
keeps us focused on vital topics.
Journalists have the duty to report unbiased, accurate
information as it is gained from reliable sources. It is their
obligation to obtain all sides of a story and to give an
account on the good and bad results. There must be a
balance of moral and immoral deductions in in the final
Today television channels and newspapers are making
rapid income by cashing on the news in mistaken
techniques. In the race to become the most popular and
the richest, they have broken all the laws that media must
follow while trying to build...