MrSavage - 7:34 am on Oct 4, 2011 (gmt 0)
There is a line where quality control becomes something entirely different. Depending on how a newspaper edits their stories and editorials, you may not be getting an accurate view or a view that is shared by the public. In a sense, a highly edited newspaper loses credibility when the readers become aware of the level of editing that happens at that particular newspaper. If people are unaware then they simply move forward in ignorance. So if there are 10 or 15 anti government editorials written, yet 5 pro and 5 anti are printed, one might think that everyone is pretty content. Is the balance of coverage accurate or is it manipulated?