A former member
I get your point. That to come back to impartial news broadcasting would be harder now that your partial views are known. But I don't think many have taken that route, have they?
A few journalist/newsreaders need a good kick up the back side and made clear its their job to be impartial.
I know we've had the incident with Jayne Secker but I feel these are rare. And I can't get on board with people analysing the facial expressions of presenters just to believe they are biased against my personal political views.
When it comes to social media it's more of a grey area. I think it's generally agreed that TV journalists can express their opinions on their personal accounts as long as they're not seen to be affiliated with a political movement. But I personally prefer not to follow the accounts of individual journalists unless it is someone I know and trust to be impartial.
I was thinking more of two people in the business and one off them get alot of bad looks from many on the forum.
Last edited by A former member on 23 April 2019 8:39pm - 2 times in total