I enjoy Fox 5 news especially Good Day New York. I enjoy this show because they are so laid back and not afraid to add a little humor to the morning news.
BBC or Al Jazeera. They are the most objective where the US is concerned. Let me say something about Fox News. The man Rupert Murdoch is not as conservative as his own network Fox News would imply. He is simply a brilliant businessman who knows what will be successful in a particular market. He knows the US is a racist country and that a network that openly crosses the line to the right would be well-embraced by the majority. He was correct and so he owns most of the vehemently conservative news outlets in the US. GE-NBC, Disney-ABC, and Westinghouse-CBS are heavily linked to the political parties and marketing doners. CNN has difficulty competing with Fox News, which is more focused. CNN's sister networks are Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Boomerang, and other silly channels owned by Turner Broadcasting.
I think i have to say the BBC. It's the best news network in the UK, it's imformative, reliable and hard hitting!
BBC is one of the most unbiased news channels in the world. It's a very reliable source of international news. American news channels are just downright hilarious and annoying. All the news reporters, especially those on Fox News, ruin the broadcast with their own insignificant opinions. However, if their is any American news show I actually like, it would be Anderson Cooper 360 News.
by Scott S Bateman 3 years ago
I'm always amazed at how many people don't understand Fox News. It has a successful business strategy of appealing to people's conservative biases, which is why a majority of viewers are conservative Republicans.Fox is not a news channel that seeks the truth. It provides reporting and commentary...
by A B Williams 2 years ago
Tuned into the News this morning, first Story;a man, Oscar Lopez Rivera, involved in over 100 bombings across America, was being Honored in a Parade...on American soil.2nd Story; A Play, Shakespeare in the Park, same City as the Parade, New York,but in this Play, Julius Caesar...
by Scott S Bateman 15 months ago
I believe our country is in a political mess in part because of certain cable "news" channels that pander to people's political biases.Yes, MSNBC does it. But Fox created the concept.http://money.cnn.com/2018/03/20/media/f … index.html
by JAKE Earthshine 2 weeks ago
Can’t be surprised about this can we? Sean Hammity and the rest of the pathetic unpatriotic Circus Clown Brigade over at Fox have earned a foul reputation for catering to racists, bigots, misogynists, gay bashers and of course they air garbage which seems to appeal to the last remaining Wretched...
by Readmikenow 3 weeks ago
Fox News Marks 35 Straight Months as Most-Watched Cable Network in Total DayThe network is finishing this month as the No. 1 basic cable network in total viewers across the 6 a.m. – 6 a.m. time period, marking 35 consecutive months as most-watched in the daypart Hannity and Tucker...
by Ultimate Hubber 7 years ago
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