06-29-2012 05:24 PM
The largest 'news story' on the web site today was a Jimmy Kimmel comedy bit about a KFC sandwich in the Philippenes.
This is 'fluffy junk' content for 'news'. It's very 'corporate profit', but bad for viewers.
If you want your home page to not get ignored by viewers who want better, improve the content.
This is the real 'media bias' - corporate fluff that just brings in some money, akin to 'reality tv'.
This is the problem when about four companies own 90% of media in the US.
07-01-2012 02:44 PM
The stuff scrolling across the top isn't the "real news", it's mostly lifestyle/entertainment stuff. Scroll down a little to the box labeled "News" and you get it. Today it has "Iran to hold missles maneuver", "States trim use of planes in speed traps", and "Head-on crash in Wyoming kills 5".
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