How middle-class consensus makes TV news less attractive to viewers

Britain’s largely middle-class consensus on what constitutes impartiality helps to explain why TV news is so predictable and unadventurous – and why TV news is growing less and less attractive to large cross-sections of the viewing audience.

Peter Preston, The Observer, 8 Dec 2002

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