Well, add another notch on the failed social media driven news concept belt.
As American broadcast and cable networks rushed to cover the horrific terrorist attacks in Paris, a recurring trend was the use of red along with various combinations of the words “attack,” “terror” and “Paris.”
We’re getting a first glimpse of the stage set for Saturday’s Democratic debate.
In case there’s any question about who the Republican National Committee views as one of its biggest threats, the wifi access code hundreds of journalists were forced to use during a party sanctioned debate clarifies that stance even further.
MSNBC’s First in the South Democratic Candidates Forum combined an in-the-round style layout with large video screens for added storytelling and interaction.
Bloomberg has debuted a new part of its “Markets” programming block that features dual anchors in separate continents.
MSNBC, a network that likes to fancy itself diverse and racially sensitive apparently thinks all Hispanics look alike and can’t tell the difference between Donald Trump and Ben Carson.