Does it seem like the media is trying to push a narrative rather then inform people.?
- JeancommunicatesLv 74 weeks ago
It is like a stand off between Ted Turner and Rupert Murdoch.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Definitely. Instead of a proper debate, giving each person equal time...the media has chosen to give their choice more speaking time and others next to none. Marianne Williamson was kept out of the presidential debate...by media bias.
She is very well thought out. Much better than some of the other candidates. But media has decided to call her "flakey". Her ideas put her in #2 position...well ahead of Yang or Kobachar or Gabbard.
- 4 weeks ago
they are, they have a clear agenda now, its no longer about reporting news and informing.
- Anonymous1 month ago
ironically when trump whines about fakes news, he is exposing:
-far right abuse of media
-$trillion advertising sector, grooming and manipulation
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- LônLv 71 month ago
Rather THAN not then! ,
- The TaxpayerLv 71 month ago
It is. They sure don't seem to like Tulsi Gabbard, eh?
- Mr. SmartypantsLv 71 month ago
You could be right. What I notice is that they will report news for about 30 seconds, then cut to a panel of 'experts' telling us how to think about it.
But the narrative seems to draw more viewers than just dryly informing them of what happened today. It does kind of fit today's events into a longer thread to make the thread more understandable. But also it makes the news more like a continuing soap opera, so you want to see the next installment.