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Pope Francis asks journalists to focus on 'truth, goodness, and beauty' in their work
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16 March 2013
16 March 2013 - In his meeting with over 5,000 journalists in the Vatican today, Pope Francis asked them to focus on 'truth, goodness, and beauty' in their work.
This sentiment was echoed 11 September 2012 by the well-respected former BBC news presenter, Martyn Lewis, a long time advocate of more balanced news coverage: 'I have been misunderstood in the past, with people believing I just want more good news at the expense of covering 'real news'. This is not the case; I want a more balanced news agenda, which treats good newsworthy stories in the same way as negative stories.'
By reporting news of rising positivity, the world media can take the lead in creating an ideal society and showing that good news is even more newsworthy than bad news.
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