Should radio personalities think more about the effects of their actions than their ratings?
In light of the tragic suicide of the London nurse who fell for the telephone hoax by Australian radio personalities re. the condition of Kate Middleton, should they care more about the ramifications of their actions?
They should definitely be conscious of their words. Their words hold power and a lot of people are listening so they should definitely watch what they say.
In this age they should be very responsible because some take their every word or action as fact, when in fact they are only personalities performing a "show."
Most responsible "On-Air-Personalities should understand that they can be emulated
Thank you, Javier. I agree with you. Sometimes we get too wrapped up in the immediate fun of a prank and forget the effects of our actions. Welcome to HubPages. I look forward to reading your work!
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