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The media focus too much on opinions, rather than facts. Do you agree? by Mind Map: The media focus too much on opinions, rather than facts. Do you agree?
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The media focus too much on opinions, rather than facts. Do you agree?

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Opinions(An opinion is a brief judgement by a party but it one which cannot be justified or verified)

Why Is Necessary?

Consequences of too much opinions on media

Reasons for media being too opinionated

Facts (A fact is a statement that can be proven true (or false) with some objective standard)

Why Is It Necessary?

Not true that the media does not focus too much on facts too

Balance between Fact/Opinion

As much as the media tries to provides us with facts, one must note that any piece of information does have a hint of objectivity attached to it and thus it is hard for the media to remain bias free always. What is important is that there is a balance of both. Facts must be presented clearly and if need be in a slightly opinionated manner. However, not to the extent that the gist of the facts are distorted and the information that intended to reach the masses, in the end, is completely different.