That’s never not been the case though. We learn about Yellow Journalism in school even. We learn you can’t trust headlines because they’re often misleading and exaggerated and editors often use incorrect photos because tight deadlines force them to use whatever’s handy to get the ‘gist’ of the story out. I mean I learned that in high school. I assumed it was standard.

That’s never not been the case though.
We learn about Yellow Journalism in school even.
We learn you can’t trust headlines because they’re often misleading and exaggerated and editors often use incorrect photos because tight deadlines force them to use whatever’s handy to get the ‘gist’ of the story out.
I mean I learned that in high school. I assumed it was standard.
[responsivevoice_button voice="US English Male"]

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


eight × = 48

Leave a Reply