Not any network news. It just seems like a parody of "Anchorman: The legend of Ron Burgundy" with people speaking overly seriously about mostly trivial matters, or blowing random stories out of proportion. It doesn't seem as much about real actual news than it does about who can speak in a more serious and believable tone, and which women have the shortest dress and which one looks the best with her legs crossed. The commercials are endless and they all promise to discuss some story "Right after the break" but come back to more trivial facts, and barely eventually mention whatever story they used to string viewers along. They say "You'll only see it here" as if each of the networks have some amazingly efficient investigatory skills, while whatever "it" is, has already become common on nearly every other news outlet.

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Most days we have CNN or MSNBC on a few times during the day and evening.

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Every weekday night. I don't bother on the weekends.

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no

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Dont tell me the press got wind of it!

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No i tend to avoid it.

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