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Where do you get your daily news?
I visit BBC and (Australia's) ABC websites...
I read a lot of local newspaper sites. All of the NY papers plus Seatte Times. The I hit media sites like Mediaite and Slate.com. Reuters and The Times of London would be my world news reads.
I read my local news online and I tend to follow BBC for world news because they're better than any US media outlet. I like Slate also
I still prefer my local daily newspapers in print, but survey the network and international websites; ABC, NBC, BBC and OAN.
The BBC is my go to for international and national latest news. I read the Guardian newspaper for in depth articles.
I also occasionally take a spread of news from RT, AlJazeera, Sky and BBC just to see who is covering what and why. The contrasts are stark and very often eye opening.
Several ways, the first way is one television mostly CBS and NBC. Then throughout the day if we are watching television and get a news flash. The other was is through the radio-I have a 75 mile commute each day and listen to the radio when I drive. The other way is through our local newspaper. Then online we get news either through Road Runner or Yahoo. Oh I almost forgot my favorite type of news-the Tabloids.
I had to add that but really for entertainment-not news
Everyone likes tabloids to an extent, it's just an issue when on harder news sites...
I gave up on most of the major networks awhile ago and don't watch TV or read papers.
For news I basically use my twitter account as a news feed. Major news organizations I follow are Reuters, Al Jazeera, and NPR. There are a number of other organizations I follow, mostly with an environmental focus, such as the EPA and NRDC. I follow a handful of individual journalists who I have found worth paying attention to over the years, and I follow some professional blogs such as Jonathan Turley (law) and Information Dissemination (Naval issues).
I also follow Alternet and ThinkProgress. I don't really like their reporting, but they are at least usually good for pointing out stories of interest to which I can go do further research.
Read from cnn sites, reuters and yahoo. Great news and up to date
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