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SHARING- A Plea to the National Media
Im sharing this blog post here, As I think most can and will find allot of truth in it!
A Plea to the National Media
"It's happened for years now - the national (and some local) media just can't seem to report weather-related stories without goofing something up. There are times where the goofs are minor, but many of the mistakes are substantial. It's even worse that this is happening at the national network level, where, in theory, the reporters and anchors should be "the best of the best."
That theory seems to be wrong when they try to tell stories about the weather.
In January of this year, Diane Sawyer of ABC News went on a nightly network news broadcast and reported that a fatal Alabama tornado had "struck without warning." Makes for great TV - it immediately incenses the audience and satisfies the desire to search for someone to blame. The only problem is that it was dead wrong."
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