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The above mentioned points show how media is directly used to support political purposes.
However, there is a whole story behind how media creeps into the mind of its users and forces them to think a certain way. The different media channels are often found to be biased to one party or another. The news coverage will show more of that one particular candidate.
Technically this is against moral ethics as the media is supposed to report both sides of a story. The viewers will be forced to think about one particular person via the television channels.
This could drive them to vote for the person most popular on television.
From telephone messages to adverts on social sites, the use of media helps gets the message out there.
Another question that arises is how does media drive politics?
An example is when Barack Obama took a picture on one of his tours and uploaded it informing supporters about his visit to the city.
The media including journalists and news channels are always the first in line waiting for the start of political campaigns.
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