Yes I do know. And the junk murders is local. But so stupid<quoted text>Rosesz, they are giving the people what the people want. On the other hand, there are news venues, such as PBS, NPR, some Christian networks, and others that don't pander to that sector of the public. There are a ton of news sources.
It's insensitive. But after Katrina there were all stations outside the dome. I am sure someone gave them water at least. Maybe let transit in a truck..something. But I never saw that. Would have made a better story..Imo
And on some stories. Like. GOSNELL had to get that from Fox. They do give equal time to both sides on the talk shows Believe it or not they show everything.
.But Sometimes I watch one or 2 networks once a,week. Local news if I feel there is something interesting.
The rest of the time time I don't bother unless it's a big story. It raises my no to see nonsense..BUT ABOUT TRAGEDIES LIKE THIS have to say I was very impressed with NBC..
OH and starting with summer I watch local AND. they have MAX MAYFIELD the former hurricane director. Gets lots of knowledge gemstones out there. The locals DO GREAT JOBS when one is near or hits us. Great public service!!!!!!
I have become a tiny bit expert on hurricanes unfortunately!!!:(