In this dynamic fast-paced century the public media has invested countless resources in research regarding user experience and communication. The content presented on each major publication has been created by a team of professionals with various skills like designing, writing, editing, researching, printing, coding, broadcasting and the list goes on….
These public media outlets are a form of digital or printable journalism targeting the general public, each outlet has their unique approach to cover a story and a “undeclared” anchor point.
We encounter the content of these media outlets daily via newspapers, websites, radio, apps and TV channels. It is inevitable to escape modern day media, especially with global events that present a danger to humanity – Public Media has become a part of the modern day life.
While reading the news, I always take in mind that the truth is subjective, exactly like life. Each has his own perspective and a unique observance point. We all know from personal experience that two people can be in the same situation yet perceive the events in a different form.
Eventually, all news we perceive has been tampered or modified to fulfill a certain goal, rarely do we, as the “users” know the goal. It is well known that the United States Government admitted in the 1960’s that Operation Mockingbird was a core part of delivering propaganda to the public.
Since then and till today, public media outlets have changed courses due to financial benefits that have manipulated the outcast of “cooperative” outlets. Read More