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If the media is the battlefield , the soldiers are the photographers and reporters. Despite advances allowing photographs to be manipulated, their credibility as testimony is decisive.
Israeli policy-makers and shapers of public opinion were therefore quick to declare their intention of cloaking and impeding broadcasts from the flotilla in the hope of filtering the flow of material.
Originally posted by 12m8keall2c
Thank you for focusing the topic more on the manner of reporting as opposed to the situation at hand.
journalismreporting would seem to have long since become a thing of the past. Apparently world-wide media outlets no longer require nor promote the same, instead focusing more on how they can best spin the "story" to suit , incite, inspire and draw ratings from their viewing base ... all the while basically forming and fomenting "public opinion(s)"