Reading Between the Lines

Friday, October 17, 2008

Transcript

In an effort to answer the question What do undecided voters think?, CNN took a focus group of fence-sitters and measured their real-time reactions during the presidential debates. Wall Street Journal media reporter Sam Schechner says those squiggly lines at the bottom of your TV screen may be more influential than you think.
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Comments [1]

Robert from NYC

I watched the last two debates only and at that I watched them on CSPAN where there is no comment during nor after the debates and I don't have to deal with all the other add-on crap at the bottom or the top or the sides or the diagonal strip (I'm sure it will happen eventually) say. I don't care what Blitzer or even il Maestro Jim Lehrer has to say--although the latter has the courtesy to wait until the end while the former YELLS over everything as if his blathering counts!

Oct. 19 2008 10:38 AM

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