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What is the silliest headline you've read this week?

Discussion in 'Public Relations & Press Releases' started by Maevla, Sep 29, 2015.

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    Maevla

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    For me it has to be

    Will Volkswagen's diesel scandal accelerate the shift to electric cars?

    What planet do some people live on lol
     
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    Paul Norman

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    Indeed.

    However, I have noticed that headlines have evolved from silly to misleading.

    Try the Daily Mail headline implying that there have been fatal collisions between drones and airplanes at Heathrow. Which undermines are serious topic. They are not alone in using dramatic, well, lies, to headline a piece.
     
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    Maevla

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    Our media isn't worth **** these days, I agree @Paul Norman
     

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