To be a professional journalist, it is not enough to produce material with a high impact or articles that gather a wide variety of views. A true journalist knows that professional ethics and common sense are even more important than logic and grammar. When a representative of the media relies on sensationalism and disregards these principles, the quality of the media product is questionable. We believe that these journalists, like politicians, need to be held accountable for their mistakes or violations. Media in Sight aims to be a mirror of the media. Here we will report on material that does not meet journalistic ethics and standards not to put fellow journalists to shame but to make them accountable.