News anchors do not sell, then why do they shout?Many of you go to the market. There are various shops in the market and some of them may have a specific characteristic of selling their products. For example, the shopkeepers at the grocery shop are much quite than the vegetable shop. They remain busy in the activities inside the shop by catering to the requests of the customers whereas the vegetable vendors often shout to advertise the price and quality of the vegetables they are selling. There is competition in both kinds of items but the ways of selling are different. If you enter the fish market the scene is somewhat different and the place is noisier. These are the types witnessed in my area and they may vary according to place. To advertise the products one shouts to describe the offer and quality which is quite natural, though at times may be irritating.
Now let's come to various TV channels. Each channel presents the topics in their own ways and there you will find some news anchors are shouting at random to describe what has happened or is happening. It is not limited to one or two anchors but the mood of the entire team is like that only. Whether it is of enough public importance or not is not the factor, sometimes their tone is such as if they are selling some items. Do they get more viewers by shouting?