I believe that these subjects exist in society and make a fuss by going to the (local) papers and from thence to the national MSM - it's a story after all (and the local 'journalist' will get paid for spreading the word).Pontius Navigator wrote: ↑Tue Jun 30, 2020 9:16 pmThe TV news is illustrated with 'single mum saying how she can't . . . " or "Old man whose operation has been postponed . . . ". or worker whose job is about to go.
Where do they find these people? Do people ring up and say me me or do they knock on doors?
If you look at any 'newspaper' or online newsfeed, there are many futile stories about 'influencers' and minor actors or 'personalities' (such as Katie Price) who have continual stories.