I'm posting this because it has made me laugh. And while I was laughing I wasn't thinking about the dead kids or the terrorists at the same time. I realized I wasn't when I was done laughing. It felt good. So I thought I'd share...
From Press Gallery:
noun. A writer who provides glowing comments for a book or film in exchange for freebies, food, or junkets.
noun. An online newspaper or magazine identical to the print version.
noun. Destroying a story with a rush edit without fact-checking or calling the writer.
noun. The pundit and commentator class.
noun. A puff-piece profile by a reporter whose beat includes coverage of the subject's sector.
noun. Tabloid reporters, esp. those who chase celebs and politicos as aggressively as paparazzi.
noun. A journalist who uses their connections or expertise to earn money on the side.
noun. An admission of error by the media.
verb. To severely criticize, esp. as a member of the media.
noun. A television journalist who is concerned with appearance more than substance.
(buh.NAL.uh.sys) noun. Analysis that is commonplace, trivial, or trite.
noun. Tabloid jargon for a story about space aliens.