Many of them have to make stories to continue the showActually, it's their job. They are doing it all the time, 24*7*365 without any break. Intermittent breaks are there for commercials, other than that they are doing the same thing throughout the day. The presenter changes, but at times they are repeating the same thing over and over again which is sufficient to make a person feel bored. If there is any significant political/social development their activities intensify. If you couldn't get who I am referring here then I think you have not followed their activities minutely. I am talking about the functioning of news channels.
They break news as well as make the news. Yes, many of them make news in the sense that they dish out stories which are not worthy of being termed as any piece of news. They cook up stories also to meet their own goals. There are supporters of the ruling dispensation as well as the opposition and they continuously sing paeans of them. Maybe it's their survival tactics or is it a secret agenda to maintain the balance? I wonder!
I found something very interesting here. There are a number of news channels including national and regional ones and they have to be active 24*7*365. Are there so many things happening all around which is worth sharing through a news channel? Possibly no and that's why many channels are blurting out things that many find irritating. Members, do you agree to this?