Originally Posted by SkOrPn
I watch weather reports 5 or 6 times a day and also rss to draw what's important. I do not watch the prime time politically paid for stuff that constantly repeats its lies and evil over and over. There are other ways, much more reliable ways to get at the truth without the constant negativity and false claims. If you get all your news from CBS or NBC etc, then you have no clue what is truly happening in the world and only know what they want you to believe.
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I agree CBS,NBC,ABC are the worst (clueless ) places to get news I do not watch them there are other 'fair and balanced 'cable news channels and on the opposite end of the scale there is CNN, IMO the truth lies somewhere in the middle of those two examples . The Beebe and PBS news hour are also a couple of legitimate numerous alternatives with MSNBC being one of if not the the least credible of the cable channel news stations . Plenty of interesting and credible stuff
(not Yahoo ) on the web as well.
ofc when it starts repeating it's time to change the channel or website there is lots out there or just do something else altogether (watch a ball game, PS3 Gaming , or spin up Netlix or Prime on the Roku )or whatever or actually do something real and away from a connected screen altogether ☺.
RSS feeds are fine for those that like them . WSJ & WSJ Market watch websites are good so are Bloomberg,Fortune ,AP,Reuters,UPI ,and B.I. all on my bookmarks bar along with some others WSJ & Bloomberg Roku channels are OK just not as current as the websites . I'm sure they all have RSS feeds as well.
I spin up tech news and hardware websites on the PC or *some * tech news Roku channels and have some favorites but the majority of the mainstream consumer tech news sites
have devolved and are invariably boring smart phone ,tard pad ,android app and ear bud review sites these days .
I don't watch news or much of anything on smart phone apps much although I have a Galaxy 3 watching on a 24" PC monitor or connected 40" - 60" HDTV screen here beats the heck out of a 4.8 " screen or a tard pad .
Admittedly being retired and out of the workforce for the most part affords me that convenience
The important thing for all of us is to keep informed no matter how we do it .