Saturday 12 September 2015

Beyond reporting

BBC reporters appear to be crossing the line between reporting and advocating policy policies with ever more frequency at the moment. 

Not content with painting a dismal scene of conditions at a migrant site in Hungary on this morning's Today programme, the BBC's Anna Holligan ended with a clear personal opinion:
At the moment the Hungarian government's response seems to be to increase the law and order as opposed to the humanitarian aid - which, just looking around this site, is just what these people need right now.

1 comment:

  1. "Humanitarian". Narrative? What narrative? And this isn't even really coordinated or forced by a memo from Danny Cohen or anything.


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