Bombardier! What Else is "New"?
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The more I think about it, the more I wonder about the blatant distortion of reality introduced by the relentless competition between news agencies and various other media. Is it only about who can gain maximum attention by using Bombardier and presenting the information in an angle that looks so bad it will draw a lot of viewer/readers?
Using analyst speculations and/or "alleged leaks" as gospel truth, associating news or events that do not have any relationship, and adding insult to injury by ignoring a rather large portion (50%) of the company and other business, - hey where are your train technology specialists?
Simply focusing on one product/subject ad nauseam, hammering on painfully on such a single obvious nail for a long long time… Always bringing back that dreaded subject above and beyond any other company news?
Referring to the product name negatively, again and again and again. And all over again. Using catchy expressions like "the troubled CSeries", "the 2 years late CSeries"… What do you think the real intentions are, the purpose this aims to accomplish? Are the press people running out of real material?
I'm open for comments on this, would be nice if we could have Marshall McLuhan's view… He'd probably shrug and tell us the press has been like this from day one. Even criticizing the Big Bang. Because, you see, the medium is the message.
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