Newspaper headlines: Coronation Street ‘bloodbath’ and Rugby World Cup excitement – BBC News

Images from the opening of the Rugby World Cup are used on many front pages, while some tabloids suggest ITV soap Coronation Street is in turmoil.

Why does going to a rugby match make a woman a WAG?!?

Source: Newspaper headlines: Coronation Street ‘bloodbath’ and Rugby World Cup excitement – BBC News

Can we trust the Media?

Can We Trust the Media?

Most media that is published is in some way contorted in a way to reflect the view of the person who wrote the media text, no matter how much they try to deny it. This leads to the question ‘Can we trust the Media?’

On the bright side, we can. News outlets desperately try to obtain the latest news stories through any way they can; they send countless of journalists and reporters to the same scene, equipped with microphones and cameras. The media can be trusted as they often report the truth; in recent events, the news has largely been accurate in reporting the terrorist attacks in Tunisia, France and Kuwait. For example, both Sky News and the Telegraph [1&2] explain that ’30’ people have been confirmed as British victims of the attack. Continue reading “Can we trust the Media?”