Media Musings Blog Archive Are we overdosing on the saturated coverage of celebrity The trial started in cheap burberry coats sale Los Angeles three days ago and is being streamedlive to air so that anyone, anywhere can check in genuine burberry outlet online and keep up to date with the ongoings of the court. Eric Deggins, a music journalist in the US thinks it an overkill and unnecessary however it is to be expected in this fuelled universe more morbid a story cheap burberry clothes is, the more newsworthy it will be. Deggins is pragmatic about the trial being of interest as it is of course King of Pop but thinks it should be reported in proportion and not be sold as the trial of the century. American news outlets such as CNN and MTV are keeping the public informed throughtwitter feeds and instant updates onwebsites that allow the audience to there even if they are on the other side of the world. Although the hype is less in Australia, the details are still being reported and nothing is spared. The Jackson Doctor Trial app is already No. 1 in the i tunes store. This just shows that if you put it out there, people will eat it up. But can we blame the media for the brazen coverage or is it burberry sale on black friday that we just can get enough? I think it the latter we can get enough! When I did my undergrad degree a lecturer of mine said that the only deaths which were reported in the media were extraordinary deaths of ordinary people and the deaths of celebrities. I always remembered that because it is slightly true. We do love scandals and celebrities: their highs, their lows and their deaths.
The personal connection many people feel for celebrities is often put on display when a one dies. Media reports show public outpourings of grief MJ was a great example and then the fingers start pointing. Drugs? Depression? Deviance? All these questions fuel the coverage and our appetite for it.
Prev: burberry jumper sale
Next: original burberry outlet online