Lack of Video on American TV News

Friday, October 28, 2011


Today, it is easier than ever to create and consume video, with billions of computers, TVs, and cell phones providing the world with access to the medium.  This should be good news for television news, but according to veteran TV journalist Dave Marash American TV news is actually using less and less video.  Brooke spoke with Marash about why American TV news is capping its lens.

Comments [2]

Anita "Nadbugs" Schnee from Fayetteville, AR

You guys constantly inspire me. Enjoy:

Nov. 01 2011 10:10 AM

The music you played as you finished this piece was indeed, as you said, the theme from the Huntley-Brinkley Report. However, it would have been nice of you to give credit to Mr. Beethoven for writing that scherzo as part of his ground-breaking ninth symphony.

Oct. 29 2011 02:06 PM

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