The press ought to be a lone wolf operating independently of profit or influence in order to bring us the clearest story possible. Now that’s mostly impossible as history is a matter of storytelling, and that story will always be tipped one way or another, but still, there are differences between the flaws of reporting on an event from one perspective and maliciously attempting to skew a story in favor of one viewpoint
There is one news source that transcends this and it’s no mistake. It’s PBS. Why? Well they are not-for-profit, making them uninterested in ratings, advertisements or fancy gadgets… just good reporting. Capitalism is good for us for the most part. But there are services that become corrupt when exposed to it. Namely those that shouldn’t be wrapped up in the business of making money, but rather be interested in the business of doing the right thing.
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