Thanks Jay. Yeah, that is the point. When the news becomes emotional or inspirational it is no longer newscasting. It’s good you found a spin you like, but you know there are other spins. Like I said, the problem is not the spins rather it is the fact that they still call themselves newscasters and journalists.

When a CEO or government official (and the likes) speaks about an issue, you get the idea that they are speaking for themselves and speaking their opinion. But a journalist is supposed to be professional and keep personal views out. If not, the public should be aware that they intend to spread out their opinion.

I agree that the opinions and analysis makes the whole thing interesting. Which is why they shouldn’t be called newscasters or journalists in the first place. They have evolved and so should the social structure. Let us be clear about whose views we are listening to.

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