Why the Press Needs to Work Together to Provide Us With the News
When someone has a bad day at work, it’s easy to throw the news away with the rest of the trash, but it’s more important than that. In order for the news to be effective, it has to be true and accurate. When something is wrong, there needs to be a way to tell the truth about what has happened. This is done by the media, which is why it’s so important that we all take our information from the media.
The media is a conglomeration of many different people all working to give us the news. They have reporters on the ground all over the country, interviewing various people, compiling it all up, reporting it all and then presenting it to the masses. Media outlets like the Associated Press, CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS and the likes are all designed to give the news to the masses. Media outlets do their best to cover anything they can, but sometimes this means covering things that aren’t true. The press then has to report on these news items, which then makes them more believable, giving everyone a better reason to believe the media.
The media doesn’t just cover stories that are news. They also cover the news that is important to the public. Sometimes when someone is upset and feels the news isn’t being reported, they complain, but if the news item is important, then the public needs to know about it. In the end, all media outlets need to work together to provide us with the news and make it as truthful as possible.