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Is frantic TV coverage giving us the business?

Fox Business Network anchor Alexis Glick says the network got caught up in the minutiae of the crisis. Fox Business Network anchor Alexis Glick says the network got caught up in the minutiae of the crisis. (Fox business network)
By Joanna Weiss
Globe Staff / October 5, 2008

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We're conditioned to turn to our television sets in times of crisis - to get our news updates in visceral, visual real time - and more often than not, TV delivers. It's a live-action thrill on election night, a collective way to experience the start of a war or the path of a hurricane. So it seemed natural to turn ... (Full article: 1122 words)

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