The news is an important source of knowledge for all of us about the world, especially in this era of technology. Journalists are mainly responsible to bring this news to us but not all of them are true to their responsibilities and ethics. How much can we trust the journalists? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own experience or knowledge.
In today’s fast-moving life, not everyone has time to do some research and keep themselves updated with new technologies and trends. Hence, the most successful and vital source of knowledge would be the news. It does not keep us only updated, but it is become the reference for some of our selections too, such as if I am thinking about the Kedarnath trip and I heard in the news that there is heavy landslides occurred, and the whole area is blocked. So, this time of news can become vital information for our selections.
The news comes from true incidents, facts, running trends or political points, sports, someone’s point of view and many more topics. The ways of exploring and announcing the news are key skills for the understanding of that news, and for this news, anchors are truly responsible. The journalists do research, track the small facts or responses and give the detailed report to news teams, and then that news will come to us.
Journalists should be enthusiastic about their own work so the depth news can be found. Hence we can not trust all the journalists for their work with a blind eye. We have to do our research too. sometimes wrong tips lead to wrong news to journalists, and during that time, if we trust them then we would behave wrong knowledge.
For example, there was a heavy massacre that occurred outside of the parliament due to protests of farmers for their debts, and due to security reasons, journalists were not allowed to go near to them and to write their concerns. In such a case, if journalists create the false story that farmers are attacking a member of parliament for or no reason, then this will be false a false story.