Press related injuries to society.

I'm a young man from Denmark, who is currently forced in to hearing about this country's newly born prince. I was watching the news today, and the journalist was interviewing the proud father, and asking him ridiculous questions about the baby. I just feel that the media, by using these stories in serious news programs undermines their own credibility, and serious facade. An otherwise serious and well respected danish newspaper cleared 5 pages the day after the baby was born. Is this really what we want? Do we want newspapers reporting on things like childbirth and (royal) marriages?

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Right Royal pains in the *** Apr 30, 2000


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