Exploring current issues is an insightful endeavor. It requires keen senses and the hability of making critical judgements. Actually, it sort it out anything that matters. Descriminates it. Randomness is a numerical mesure of disorder. In the same way, information, defined by the formula, is a numerical mesure of order. Thus, processes that increase randomness destroy information and viceversa. Pull it by the overwhelming joy from heart that thrills by understanding, I enjoy making this point. Media make more randomness than information. According to Susan D. Moeller, an Assistant Professor in the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, the Media oversimplifies events. She investigates the way over-simplification and sensationalism have dulled our response to even the most troubling events in the news.