BZ During the hostage situation.....
A. Joseph Ross
Sat Dec 1 22:35:13 EST 2007
On 1 Dec 2007 at 19:25, SteveOrdinetz wrote:
> All too often there is a tendency to over-cover a story, taking up
> large amounts of air time without really telling us anything (storm
> coverage is a perfect example...how many times do we need to see
> some damfool reporter standing outside during a blizzard to tell us
> that it's snowing & driving is bad?). A reporter "at the scene"
> may project the illusion of up-to-the-minute coverage, but not when
> they're just speculating or repeating meager facts and/or rumors.
This was spoofed in a sitcom last year, I think it was called "The
Class." The character Holly Ellenbogen played a local TV reporter
and, in one episode, was shown reporting outdoors during a hurricane,
with her hair in her face, and, in the end of the scene, being struck
by a flying road sign.
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