Friday, August 25, 2017

Your Turn

What cable news network do you generally watch?

34 comments:

Jill said...

None.

sandybrook said...

CNN but only for about 25 minutes a day early in the morning.

Marlo said...

I don't live in America, I watch most shows on my PC.

Jane Heir said...

I don't.

Meg00m said...

CNN, MSNBC & BBC America

Do Tell said...

None. Any network with talking heads is questionable at best. I look for outlets that only report the facts in news, like Reuters or the AP.

Do Tell said...

And by talking heads I am not talking about the anchors.

NoseyNeighbor said...

CNN

Simon said...

Dangerous topic, enty

Marlo said...

So you're basically totally brainwashed.

Do Tell said...

Yep. "Hey look, a can of worms! Let's take the lid off and fling them all over the room!"

Marlo said...

Sorry I missed the word 'News'.

Well, since what is been mostly reported nowadays is biased one-sided propagandist bullshit, I get all my news online from all across the board, and then I make up my own mind.

SnarkIsFun said...

I don't - they're all biased. Read multiple internet sources, & separate the real news from the BS.

Bif said...

I follow Trump on Twitter. His feed is the only real news, everything else is fake news.

Former CNN Anchor Candy Crowley said...

The Japanese Cooking Channel, because they feature chefs from all woks of life.

glue said...

Vice News. Hands down the best out there these days - they show all three sides to every story and they don't try to be politically correct. If I want to know what's truly happening all over the world, I go to Vice News.

Sadie said...

I hope that's a joke...

Sadie said...

me too

Sue said...

All mainstream 'news' should be viewed with a grain of salt. The 'Elites' own Reuters and Reuters owns AP, so neither is an unbiased source.

Sue said...

None. It's all propaganda controlled by the 'Elites' and used to tell the public what they want them to think.

Mop top said...

Same here. I haven't watched the news in probably 20 years. I get news online and by osmosis.

Brooklyn Girl said...

If any, cnn but, I'm kinda off news now that Donald is in office. Can't stand to see or hear him.

8==D KermitGosnellKnobJob said...

Bloomberg and CNBC (are those news channels?), the stock markets tickers are helpful for my occupation, and some chicks there are hot, therefore two birds with one stone.

James said...

OAN

anon.4 said...

The Daily Show. Comedy Central

spiffypaws said...

MSNBC Sometimes Fox for Laughs

inga said...

no news is a good news...

Do Tell said...

The articles there at AP and Reuters don't have the kind of editorializing you see elsewhere. It's more straight facts, and less obvious spin, that's what I mean. As for selective news story publishing, that isn't something I can really get around much, other than to look for as many alternate sources as possible.


And everyone should read at least three different sources for each story, to get as many facts as possible.

just sayin\' said...

msnbc

Phyllis Whitweed said...

I watched network news growing up but by high school I switched to reading all if it and never looked back. It's the only way you can control what stories you get and for how long you stay on them. When I worked from home I would have MSNBC on mute just so it seemed like there were people around and I'd see if anything major happened to the markets.

Fairylights said...

None. Listen to the news in the morning on the radio while I take my shower, and then read on line. Got so tired of the spin.

Wanda said...

When I do watch it's Bloomberg

Wanda said...

When I do watch, it's Bloomberg.

Michelle said...

Worst part...they don't even know it.