PART TWO: Ethics, celebrity and the people who own the narrative

I just came across this new media + commentary site. I think it’s worth a follow if you like being exposed to alternative points of view.

You can make your own mind up about the issues raised and the material that is shared.

You will be better informed.

I hope you enjoy it.

The Expositor Magazine

As covered in part one of this introductory series, the media is drawn into a 24/7 news cycle that is supported by controversy adverse advertisers whom they rely on for profits to continue.  In this article, we’ll look at the shunning of journalistic integrity and other slights against the ethics of old, the rise of the celebrity anchor and the owners of the popular, profitable narratives.  Narratives we rely on to shape our worldview and understand the complex relationships which shape everything from global security to local government candidacy and a lot of things in between.  Having contravened the narrative being globally espoused, an editor of a once-great publication who shall remain nameless, lambasted this publication for sharing opinions which lacked the support of the mainstream media.  A somewhat illogical circle; we exist because we believe the media has done enough to convince us their agendas trump truth and so…

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Author: Steven Macek

I learnt a long time ago that in order to grow it is necessary to step outside one’s comfort zone. As a person who craves growth and change this has led me to continually seek out opportunities to make myself uncomfortable, whether physically, emotionally or psychologically. The (Dis)Comfort Zone blog is a vehicle for cataloging those experiences.

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