Mainstream journalism will not admit it: They seem to be addicted to their own cocaine,
which is the sensationalism of a hot story. "If it bleeds, it leads", they say.
Where do they keep finding the new journalists willing to play the game, ie the exaggeration and hype games?
I wish my rants were new or original. Since I've been "on the ground" as they say, in the devastated zones, I've seen the humanitarian side so massively under-reported.
But here's a positive example.
This is What I'm Talking About