Is the current Twitter hype proof that the mass media are worthless for reporting news?

Question by SOCCER: Is the current Twitter hype proof that the mass media are worthless for reporting news?
When you watch a half-hour television news program, you see an average of 30 minutes of advertising. That is a fact.

I find it funny how Fox News is made fun of for its talking points (not undeservedly so–Fox News is ridiculous) when ALL mainstream news outlets, tv and print, have talking points and accept favors for “promotional consideration.”

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Answer by NeoNerd
Try watching the BBC – seriously. No adverts, and admirably balanced coverage.

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Alt Text: Offline Social Network Sites Don’t Live Up to Hype

Alt Text: Offline Social Network Sites Don’t Live Up to Hype
I’m always on the lookout for the latest edge-defining interactive trends, so when I read a blog post that pointed to a tweet referring to a Facebook group that referred to a thing called a “get together,” I was intrigued.
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