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Last night, on live American tv, Egypt exploded.
Anderson got hit in the head yesterday, and last night, the revolution was televised. Real news, real Edward R. Murrow broadcasting from the Blitz - as CNN and MSNBC brought into your living room. Life and death , in sort of a middle age way... on LIVE TV. It was as fascinating as it was hard to watch.
I was curious to see how all three American news networks would carry it, where their camera were, how safe, or unsafe their reporters were. NBC/msnbc appeared to be on a hotel balcony directly over part of the conflict, I mean, they were all lights out and just pointing the cameras down or out.. and there it all was. CNN was held up in some dark room fearful of the bands of Mubarak supports all around them looking for reporters, but reporting as best they could from a hot war zone.
Fox " News" went right on with their nightly water carrying for the Republican party. All over throw Obama Care and all... just a little insight...