BBC Scotland – TV broadcast versus online news – why so different?
Here’s how the online version, on World Cancer Day, opened:
‘Health Secretary Shona Robison has marked World Cancer Day by urging women to get screened for cervical cancer in a campaign to boost survival rates. Ms Robison said strides had been made over the past year to help reduce cases of cancer.’ Overall cancer mortality rates have decreased by 14% in males and 6% in females in the last 10 years.’
Here’s how the TV broadcast on Saturday 4th February opened:
‘Health trends show that more people in Scotland are being diagnosed with cancer but fewer people are dying from the disease. Within those trends though some cancers are becoming more stubborn [can cancers become more ‘stubborn’?] and waiting time targets are being missed.’ ….
Author : Prof. John Robertson
Source : Thought Control Scotland
Original Publication Date : Feb 5, 2017
Article Link : Why are BBC Reporting Scotland’s TV broadcasts ….
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