News Media Needs to Calm Down on Coronavirus Cickbait

The news media needs to calm down on the Coronavirus clickbait. We look at all of the events and news that have culminated. Plus, we talk about what will ultimately change as a result.

The Hill reports:

Nearly 70,000 people have recovered from coronavirus. Amid concerns over the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., it’s important to remember most who become infected recover from the illness.

While the number of coronavirus cases has surpassed 127,000, more than 68,000 people have recovered.

The World Health Organization says those who become infected generally experience mild illness and recover in about two weeks.


KOP talks to veteran writer turned director Brad Holloway.

Brad Holloway has been a working screenwriter for twelve years. He sold his first feature script Black Box to Warner Brothers with Lorenzo Di Bonaventura (producer of the Transformers series). He went on to write feature length scripts and pilots for Warner and other major studios, including Paramount, and Lionsgate, working with producers Jason Blum, Michael De Luca and Rodrigo Teixeira and director James Mangold. He just recently released a short film he wrote and directed titled Open House 1-4.

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I am a terrestrial and digital new media content creator with over 20 years of experience, as well as a highly skilled digital marketing executive who brings a an impeccable reputation, incomparable work ethic and an impressive index of over 50, 000 hours of on-air and on-demand digital content. I currently manage day-today operations for NewGen Broadcasting LLC, the parent company of WebmasterRadio.FM (the world's largest internet marketing and business-to-business radio and podcast network) and, the worlds largest cannabis radio and podcast network. I have worked for major broadcasting entities including iHeart Media and Entertainment, the Hearst Corporation and Cox Newspapers. I earned a Bachelor's degree in Communication from Florida Atlantic University in 1998.

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