The front cover of most news papers are about terrorist attacks and violent crime. Why would they do this when there are alot more positive things to talk about? I think that this happens because they want people to be fearful and aware about crime. They want their stories to be juicy. That way they'll attract more readers because they'd want to keep updated. Also violent crime is alot more important than TV shows.But do all news papers talk about violent crime? Some news papers don't talk about violent crime such as The Sun ,which is an example of a tabaloid. They talk about TV shows and things like celebrities. On the other hand news papers like The Guardian talk about more serious events.
What do you think?