Where do you get your news from?

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Do you get your news from the TV, Internet and/or Newspapers?

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  1. Uknow_me72
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    Do you get your news from TV, Newspapers and the internet?

    I want to get some votes in before I continue with my topic.

    So I will add more later.
     
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    wow the news facts i get from all three....the newspapers is more local...ever now and then i hit the charlotte ob. but not that often...not so much from tv either...i prefer the net
     
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    I just let Rush and Hannity tell me everything that is important. They also tell me what to think about it, which is awesome. Saves all kinds of time.
     
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    Mostly the Internet with a little CSPAN radio and TV in the mix.
     
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    i listen to news radio all day......bbc online.....check drudge for headlines....watch cnn msnbc and fox....then a local news station
     
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    interesting i figured you for an olberman, mathews, maddow pod.....
     
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    I listen to Scarborough in the a.m.; CNN or BBC in the car (unless I'm listening to EStreet Radio or BBC1Radio or some other sta on sirius) (or local radio); NY Post and DailyNews and some foreign papers (Australia/NZ) online... and articles posted here.

    oh...then Rachel Maddow at 9... sometime Olbermann if I have time.

    Sundays...Meet the Press... Sixty Minutes.

    Damn, I'm a news junkie... *sigh*
     
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    Internet. Radio and the Wall Street Journal daily. Yes I know WSJ has it's biases, but I like it's in depth reporting and political opinion section.
    I don't watch much TV or Cable news. Seems like it's more entertainment than informative.
     

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