ACCORDING TO WORLD WITH ART ORGANIZATION
Media spread more bad news then good because the algorithm of media knows that everyone have interest in negativity. And most people like watch to stupid things of other one and some people have interested in political negativity that the reason media spread bad news then the good new. And also this technique help to generate more revenue for media channels. Because of the bad news these channel attract more public on him channel and make good revenue from this. That is the reason that Why do News share more Bad News than good news.
ACCORDING TO GOOGLE ORGANIZATION
Because we are far more inclined to react to ordinary people doing stupid or bad things because of everything previously stated. It grabs the attention much more easily, and negativity provokes a deeper and stronger reaction in our brain.
HOW TO BECOME A NEWS ANCHOR
In order to become an anchor, you could start your journey from bachelors and obtain a degree after intermediate with 50% or above marks in programs such as Journalism, Mass communication, media sciences. There are about 24 different media studies programs offered at bachelor level in Pakistan with different names.
LIST OF FAMOUS NEWS ANCHORS FROM UNITED STATE OF AMERICA
- Roz Abrams, formerly of CBS News, ABC’s Eyewitness News.
- Christiane Amanpour, CNN.
- Ernie Anastos (retired), formerly of WNYW, WABC-TV and WCBS-TV.
- Sade Baderinwa, WABC-TV.
- Bret Baier, Fox News.
- Rudi Bakhtiar, formerly at CNN and last seen as Fox News as a correspondent.
- Dana Bash, CNN.
Image Credit: Shutterstock. Diane Sawyer is widely known for anchoring ABC’s World News before stepping down in 2014. She currently works with ABC News as a journalist. She is reportedly worth $80 million and earns an annual salary of $22 million.
Sawyer was born in Glasgow, Kentucky, to Jean W. (née Dunagan), an elementary school teacher, and Erbon Powers “Tom” Sawyer, a county judge. Her ancestry includes English, Irish, Scots-Irish, and German. She has an older sister, Linda. Soon after her birth, her family moved to Louisville, where her father rose to local prominence as a Republican politician and community leader. He was Kentucky’s Jefferson County Judge/Executive when he was killed in a car accident on Louisville’s Interstate 64 in 1969. E. P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, in the Frey’s Hill area of Louisville, is named in his honor. (Why do News share more Bad News than good news)