not often, i usually get all my news from the Internet
I watch the evening news most but try to catch the local news at noon and early evening before the World news.
My local cable provider has the cable box set up so when you turn it on it automatically tunes to the local 24/7 news channel.
So in essence everytime I turn on the TV!
I get my dose of news late in the evening before sleeping. Usually watch PressTV and RT news.
I tend to watch the news daily, but I actually watch comedy central news reports more than normal news. I know the shows have a lot of jokes in them, but I find it much easier to watch then CNN and FOX news.
every morning and before i sleep. That makes it twice a day.
This is gonna sound crazy and no one ever believes me but I think the news is truly evil. I cant stand to watch it. When it comes on the TV or even the radio I will change the channel. If there is something I would like to know about I'll ask someone or pull that one topic up on the Internet.
I used to be a news junkie. I would have CNN running all the time, but then I discovered other channels such as the History channel. Now, I rarely watch the news. I don't need to be reminded how bad things are every day any longer.
Alll the time. I love seeing new shows. But they have to be in my specific genres.
I watch the news once a day in the evening. I tend to check multiple news sources throughout the day online. I also read specific newspapers online for news, mostly the local news where I used to live on the east coast.
I watched local news and international news twice a day. One in the morning and then evening.
I do not watch news channels at all. Cable TV or satellite dish is not a luxury in our home, so I catch the news daily online. I have three particular news stations I check with regularly. I believe the Internet is the best place to get news information because it is available 24/7, instead of waiting for the time for the news broadcast.
Not very often, unless there were really important happenings going on..
I am not a news junkie, but I always keep myself updated through internet.
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