Now listen people of the web,these mass shootings and police brutality issues are terrible.I think we can all agree on that.You must have one thing in mind before giving your opinion and thats simple that its the media's job to attract attention they make money of viewers,so of course they will hyperboloid an issue
The media tries to draw attention and attract more viewers at all times. It happens that racial issues draw national attention pretty well. The situations tend to get taken out of context and the racial issues are taken from the event and transposed over the US demographics. The news will report for a week that white people still discriminate against other races when any kind of white on other race crime occurs.
The media exaggerates cases of racial bias and discrimination. I believe that it is important that they do focus on racial bias and discrimination. We sometimes get into our own world and do not realize the prejudices that still exist in our country. By exaggerating or focusing on these issues, we can all stay aware of the fact that changes still need to be made.
I definitely think that the media exaggerates a lot of the case that involves with racial bias and discrimination. I think that a lot of the stories have more to do with getting ratings than getting the facts straight. I also think that there is a lot of political bias.
In fact, most instances of such are never even mentioned by mainstream news media. The ones that are played are shown as-is, and any editorials will do the exaggerating. But the facts of the cases aren't usually lied about. Also, "media" is the plural of "medium" and verbs of which it is the subject need to be conjugated as such.
No,the media does not exaggerate cases of racial bias and discrimination.Many cases of discrimination never get reported in any official capacity so the media does not know about it and it does not become apparent to the general public.Large amounts of discrimination will exist whether or not the media reports it or not.