Friday, December 14, 2012

Should we boycott CBS Evening News?

I have not watched any of the TV bews broadcasts about what happened in CT today, and only a couple of articles.

But according to some guy on a message board I read: "CBS Evening News showed of parents breaking down as they learned their child was dead."

And I want to know...why were these parent's told of their child's death in a public place with cameras watching, and why did CBS air this footage.

This isn't unique, of course - any family tragedy and the reporters and cameras are there invading  people's privacy and filming them implacably as they break down in tears..

It's not necessary, and it's not right.

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