Sept 2, 2019: Where Do You Get Your News?

On September 2, 1963 CBS Evening News expanded from 15 to 30 minutes, and America had its first half-hour TV weeknight national news broadcast. At that point, the vast majority of Americans received all of their daily news from Newspapers, radio, and 15-30 minute newscasts. Today we have many 24/7 cable news stations, many thousands of online news sites, digital news services beaming to our phones, and more.

Think about where you get the majority of your daily news input. Do they still have newspapers? Do you get most news on the car radio while commuting? If it is from a website, state which one(s).

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