Is frantic TV coverage giving us the business?
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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