What's the verb phrase for media "inclination"?
Looking for a two-word phrase, meaning sometimes the Press likes to pick up some part of a story out of the entire story then elaborate, although not fabrication, it usually has things to do with the so-called "ideology difference" thing.
It seems to be an "s" word (3/4/5-letter) plus "off/on" or something, like "spin off" (not this one), but I'm not sure. Can't remember now, it might look totally different, no "s" word at all, but it means what I described above.
Thank you very much for your time and help. Sorry for the memory loss, it happens a lot, I hate it but my brain's too old. ;/Well, this is kind of embarrassing, sorry I made a typo, it's supposed to be "spin on", and I meant the word I'm looking for is just like this one, but not "spin". Stir, maybe? I mean something like that. Or maybe "spin" had me myself the wrong lead. Maybe it's not an s word at all. Nah, I'm gonna give it up. Thank y'all, very much.