We Luv U, KT
When in fact, based on a KeefieboyTM survey, 100% of respondents interviewed thought otherwise.
But here's the thing. Any newspaper can print whatever it likes, and can get away with. While there are professional standards that journos are supposed to abide by, at the end of the day if they want to keep their job, they have to please those who pay them. And as KT relentlessly drives into National Enquirer territory, anyone who equates journalism with truth is going to have a hard time working for this organisation.
Which brings us to a Gulf News report today about a journalist who was sacked by the Khaleej Times because he disapproved of the way this campaign is being conducted.
P Chandran, KT's Editor, had this to say:
Nothing special about his case. It keeps happening with the organisation.
Yes Mr Chandran, I bet it does.