Editors routinely use “frankenbites,” out-of-context quotes that illustrate points the speakers never intended to make…
Collins is just plain wrong, as TB explains:
A Frankenbite is not an out-of-context quote. It’s a line of audio that is cobbled, stitched and patched together with words and phrases from different unrelated sentences. Just as Frankenstein was assembled from parts of different bodies.
There’s plenty of other misinformation about reality TV and writers, as well. Collins quotes a blithely uninformed Paul Haggis about reality TV workers, who make a “few hundred dollars a week”, which isn’t accurate. The WGA might not like to think about the members who toil in reality, but there’s not enough work on scripted shows to go around. Where does collins think HGTV, Food Network and Discovery get their programming?
- U-T San Diego’s Loss is Press-Enterprise’s Gain
- The Orange County Register Goes Back to Its Roots
- WEHOville.com Looking to Kickstart Weekly Print Edition
- Morning Media Newsfeed: Brooks Pleads Not Guilty | Asian Newspaper Circ Up | Wendy Williams Renewed