Perpetual complainer Tracee Hutchison whines about TV news-presenters' ostentatious displays of flesh:
There's not a woman — or man — alive that doesn't know the power of cleavage. And the reason cleavage is so often overstated — and over-represented — in TV news reporting is because news reporters and presenters are rarely seen in anything other than a medium close-up — filmed from just below the breastline up. For this reason breasts, and how much or how little they are seen, tend to dominate the frame of vision, quite literally. As a consequence breasts end up looming very large in TV newsrooms.Now I don't pay much attention to TV news but can't recall seeing any presenter's cleavage, ever.