It seems now more than ever, anywhere you turn and look something important is being discussed. Be it something tragic, comedic, or excellent; there’s always a buzz swarming through the current news affairs and let’s be honest; most of us want to keep up with it. There’s nothing wrong with wanting to know what’s happening in the entertainment industry, at your children’s schools, and over-seas at the same time. While they may not all share the same level of importance to you, the point is news media is massive and consumes a lot of our daily lives.
Casual and Serious Watchers Alike!
You may try to hide it, may try to reduce it, but in the end a casual tracker of current news affairs loves it just as much as the rest of us. It’s news for a reason. Because to someone, somewhere, it’s important and people want to know about it. You shouldn’t be ashamed that you enjoy tracking the latest scoops throughout the day. Just look at the more serious watchers. A news channel on every station, Serphoholic Media on the web, and even a little podcast coming in anytime something exciting happens. It’s human nature to be concerned with the world around us.
Less Important News?
I’ll be the first to admit that some news isn’t really news, but not everyone feels the same. Is it necessary that we know every meal an actor ate on their last movie set? Probably not, but we still love to hear it for some reason. We thirst for the knowledge of what others are doing. Just look at things like Twitter and Facebook. We’re all constantly projecting our own current news affairs and keeping up with others we may not even know.