What goes on TV no longer stays on TV.
For example, within minutes after Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway uttered the famously incongruous phrase alternative facts, the meme had spread like a weed across online media, from Twitter to Wikipedia. Fertilised by a hashtag, it crept into public vocabulary and dialogue. Just 48 hours later, George Orwell’s 1984, which depicts a dystopian world in which the concept of alternative facts is described as...
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