Yeah yeah yeah, I know. Who cares who gets what seat. But you know what, things may have not changed noticeably, but every action has an impact.
AP has front and center, Fox has AP’s former front row seat and NPR has Fox’s second row seat.
A lot of people have been saying this reminds them of children bickering over who gets shotgun and kindergarten when everyone had assigned seats.
Well of course. Society is not as mature as it so would like to seem which is not good or bad, but a simple (unavoidable) truth.
The article on NPR is interesting
"Fox’s upgrade is an acknowledgment of its "length of service and commitment," the association’s board said in a statement."
Facebook comments are insightful (to some extent).
Gordon Bond: This issue here isn’t that FOX is right-wing. It’s that they have been presenting opinion-based reports as unbiased news. I’d be against a liberal news group having the seat if they were guilty too.
The issue here is journalistic credibility…
Either way, I prefer facts over hearing my own bias opinions again and again.
But, what qualifies anything as truth?