Fox News - mainly Glenn Beck, Red Eye, Fox & Friends, sometimes O'Reilly - never Hannity. Sometimes I switch over to MSNBC to see if anyone gets a thrill up there leg, vibrates off their seat or creates sensational lies. I very rarely watch CNN. BORing.
Absolutely none of the above, I wouldn't be caught dead watching any of them because all of them are biased. There was a time years back when I was a CNN junkie, but today... I couldn't tell you the last time I flipped it on. It's been years.
Watch more CNN than others, and really like Shepard Smith on Fox in the evenings.
Will not watch MSNBC, or the more biased people on Fox, like Beck, Hannity, that morning group, etc. Can't stand Bill O'Riley because of that annoying sing-song voice and his oversimplifications on just about any subject. On CNN, can't stand Rick Sanchez because he's a motor mouth.
Like PBS a lot for one of my news sources.
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Of those listed I picked BBC, they have the best world news and I rarely miss. Sometimes Cspan or PBS.
Only very occasionally CNN, if it's a big breaking story that I don't really care if they hyperventilate and get half the facts wrong.
Otherwise? None of the above.
It could always be worse.
I watch Fox news the most, to get my daily laugh in. I seriously watch little news, I usually check whats going on though through CNN online.
none of the above
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