Most media analysts are legitimate and credible and stand above selling out or trading in their veracity and believability for trinkets, financial rewards or pats on the back.
There are however some prominent pundits and analysts out there that simply can’t wait to sell out and barter their credibility to gain favor from big industry players with deep pockets or high-class swag to give away in the exchange. These shills extol the merits of bunk second rate products and make wild bonehead statements about companies that are hanging on by threads.
Their ill-timed, inelegant and more often offbase conclusions and misguided declarations are just too easy to see through and just as impossible to justify or rationalize in any way other than by the demented and insane.
In their zeal they sell out by loudly touting inferior bunk products as “the best” and plant stories that go against what is commonly known in the marketplace and that defy the bounds of common sense and reason.
Sure once in awhile they can get something wrong or make bad choices but when their attempt from the beginning is to avoid truth they fall into the shill category.