Reporting news is a complicated process. When writing or telling a story, a reporter makes hundreds of decisions — some intentional, some unintentional — on what to share with the audience and what to leave out. In making a story understandable and engaging, the reporter or editor will often boil down an issue to a single piece of information that they think will be of interest to a listener or reader — something that will grab the attention of the audience. And with changes in the way news is delivered, the audience is increasingly being left to figure out what this information means. That’s because…
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