How come all the major channels are playing the Presidential News Conference except for FOX?

Question by Just ˡⁿ ʟʌ ʟʌ ʟ@ŋD: How come all the major channels are playing the Presidential News Conference except for FOX?
I just noticed this right now. I was skimming through the channels, and I noticed that FOX wasn’t showing the news conference even though ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS and even My Network had it on. FOX was just playing their regular scheduled programing. Does anyone know why this is? I just found this real odd.
I live in New York, and right now on FOX is “Lie To Me”.
You’re right Chauncey Q. Buttercup. I didn’t check that out. However, they should still have it on their main channel.

Best answer:

Answer by Sandra M
Because it’s news…….Faux with the sour grapes…..

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pdf Conference 2010: Justmeans Interviews Marc Smith

Marc Smith is a sociologist specializing in the social organization of online communities and computer mediated interaction. He founded and managed the Community Technologies Group at Microsoft Research in Redmond, Washington and led the development of social media reporting and analysis tools for Telligent Systems. Smith leads the Connected Action consulting group and lives and works in Silicon Valley, California. Smith co-founded the Social Media Research Foundation (www.smrfoundation.org a non-profit devoted to open tools, data, and scholarship related to social media research. Smith is the co-editor with Peter Kollock of Communities in Cyberspace (Routledge), a collection of essays exploring the ways identity; interaction and social order develop in online groups. Along with Derek Hansen and Ben Shneiderman, he is the co-author and editor of Analyzing Social Media Networks with NodeXL: Insights from a connected world, forthcoming from Morgan-Kaufmann in July 2010 which is a guide to mapping connections created through computer-mediated interactions. Smith’s research focuses on computer-mediated collective action: the ways group dynamics change when they take place in and through social cyberspaces. Many “groups” in cyberspace produce public goods and organize themselves in the form of a commons (for related papers see: www.connectedaction.net Smith’s goal is to visualize these social cyberspaces, mapping and measuring their structure, dynamics and life cycles. At
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Projection in San Francisco for What is 230? GM Volt ad campaign promoting a August 11 press conference

Projection in San Francisco for What is 230? GM Volt ad campaign promoting a August 11 press conference
News advertising
Image by Steve Rhodes
A press conference?

The Detroit News will webcast the press conference at 8 am Central Time

www.detroitnews.com/article/20090811/AUTO01/908110369/114…

www.whatis230.com

(the site features flickr photos, has a link to post #whatis230 to twitter and a facebook group which currently has only 370 members and 50 wall posts – if they knew what they were doing it would have been a fan page)

Ad Age article on the GM Volt site

gm-volt.com/2009/08/08/what-is-230/

A blog

whatis230.blogspot.com
It says info will be available Tuesday morning at

gm-volt.com

There was a similar projection on Market St

And the message wasn’t even clear. It was supposed to be what is 230?

But I didn’t read it that way. I found the site by typing 23 Plug 8-11 into google.

The smiley faced plug doesn’t read as a zero to me.

At least google made some (taxpayer) money on it since I clicked on GM’s sponsored link.

This screenshot was on the main What is 230? site most of Saturday (and is still up on Sunday)

www.flickr.com/photos/ari/3801426205/

Is Obama delaying his press conference to help boost ratings for the news networks?

Question by Bopped: Is Obama delaying his press conference to help boost ratings for the news networks?
Is Obama trying to help the economy by giving the news organizations lots of time to capture the audience and sell more advertising?

Best answer:

Answer by SkyesTheLimit
no somethings going on hes not ready yet

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