How much confidence do you have in the media?

 “Some media outlets try their best to give the public what they need but there are some that exaggerate on the rate of something so that they can have followers which is not good at all.” Natacha Uwamahoro
Natacha Uwamahoro
Natacha Uwamahoro

 “Some media outlets try their best to give the public what they need but there are some that exaggerate on the rate of something so that they can have followers which is not good at all.”

Natacha Uwamahoro

 “Sometimes they report the reality but there are times they just play around with words in order to get what they can feed their supporters when they have not made enough research.”

Charles Mbanzumutima

 “In most cases, they tend to inform the public what is on the ground because as an individual it may become difficult for you to know what is happening here and there. But sometimes, especially in the print media where you read the title and you get interested but as you read further you find that they are not connected.”

Jovit Kabarere

 “80% of what they give the public can be credited but the remaining percentage you need to make more research about what they said about because some of them can depend on information from people who have vested interest in something or  when their sources are less informed.”

Celile Karima

 “All people who are practising journalism should keep in their mind that they are trusted as the eye of the public or the government but some of them they come up with unworthy information when they know it but they need money or they don’t because they never made enough research about something.”

Sandra Kayitesi

 “It’s now a decade when I am working closely with the media. There is a great progress in what they are giving the public and the greatest milestone is that they are becoming so diverse in their editorial lines.”

Bruno Rangira

 ‘The internet based media try to be honest with the people they are serving, print media is fair, for radios, apart from covering meetings, the rest of their programmes you can never know their sources.”

Christa Giraso

 “The big percentage of what they give can be trusted but there is when you find that they didn’t make enough research, or someone is intending to tarnish someone’s image because of certain interests, and they end up missinforming the public.”

Irene Muhikira

 

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