Media is an influential source of Propaganda to Persuade People's Attitude, Beliefs? Justify
Manipulating Images as War Propaganda
There are many examples of how newspapers around the world photoshop images of war in order to influence public opinion. All sides in a conflict will do this as propaganda, so it is important to remember this when consuming news on international conflicts and to be alert for phonies. The images below of the recent conflict in Syria show how easily images are manipulated for the purposes of propaganda:
Here are true stories of the liberal media not reporting things that hurt their political cause or liberally biased social media sites outright censoring others.
The Bizarre Media Blackout Of Hacked George Soros Documents
http://www.investors.com/politics/edito … documents/
WikiLeaks Makes DNC Look Bad - Banned on Facebook and Shadowbanned on Twitter
http://investmentwatchblog.com/twitter- … ebook-now/
Apple, Twitter, Google, Instagram collude to defeat Trump
http://observer.com/2016/08/tech-compan … eat-trump/
Facebook censors Michael Savage post of Muslims protesting
http://www.wnd.com/2015/12/facebook-cen … LMgc2JT.99
Facebook Bans Gay Magazine Critical Of Islam
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/06 … cal-islam/
Trump supporter BLOCKED by Facebook for complaining about site's censorship of right-wing activists
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article … rship.html
It’s not only Germany that covers up mass sex attacks by migrant men... Sweden’s record is shameful
http://www.spectator.co.uk/2016/01/its- … -shameful/
When the editorial became the news, the facts were lost in the reporting of the events. Reporting the news used to be describing the facts, and editorials would give an opinion about it.
The editorial is dead, and spin comes with the media today, and ever since the Cable News.
The Cable News wants viewers, so like professional wrestling they want to draw you in, and straight facts is boring.
How accurate can media deliver the news, if they put a tone on it. The headlines and the first few words give the filter for the event. As far as accuracy, there appears to be a dearth of fact checking.
The big one was when they first reported the North Tower of WTC as being hit by a Small Plane, how could anyone mistake that.
I no longer watch Cable News, or anything but a glimpse of Broadcast news. And you really can't trust the Internet News either.
what I concluded from ur answer,is high pitch or tone of the reporter, there is no fact checking.or the news itself isn't trustable.so my quest to u again is.Is the news its self being affected by any propaganda. or the news broadcasted is a propgnda
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