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  • Internet is better

    With the internet you get different opinions along with just being able to choose what news you want read instead on being forced to read crap that no one really cares about. I'm not alone in this opinion, many people think so, just look at this poll to see the strong comparison.

  • Internet is better

    With the internet you get different opinions along with just being able to choose what news you want read instead on being forced to read crap that no one really cares about. I'm not alone in this opinion, many people think so, just look at this poll to see the strong comparison.

  • Absolutely Positively Correct

    All of the other news channels on television are owned by corporate media who wants to make billions of dollars for profit. CNN is one of them which is owned by Time Warner. In the Democratic Debate Poll, about 75% of the people voted Bernie Sanders which he authentically won. CNN then shut down the polls and makes an injudicious excuse saying that Hillary Clinton won. The Internet is the best alternative into reading the latest news because it is not so biased than those owned by the media on television.

  • Internet is best

    Zis is bcoz, the internet contain almost every aspects that is imaginable whereas tv is not as such, as not everything that is imaginable can be displayed. Even in the everyday news on tv, not all the actualities are mentioned whereas on internet it is so. But anyway even tv is not bad...:)

  • Ab sol utely!

    You can access it at any time, wherever you are and it's less biased than the news on TV. You can also hear the opinions of millions of individual people rather than one news station on TV. AND you can get more information than you can via TV news. X

  • Hell a yes

    I can hear both sides of the story on the internet. On tv, i can only hear what those idiots want me to hear. When ever i talk to my parents ( who watch tv ) they only talk about certain parts of the news story and i add in the missed parts. They typically say REALLY!

  • Because there are simply not enough filters to go around

    I've been doing nothing but compare the news on both means for more thn 10 years and It's clear to see that on tv you're always going to be shown two sides to a three dimensional problem and because as a means to convey important information, it is far too pervious to the influence of big money, were it not a profit focused business model.

  • Yes.

    When you watch the news you only see one side of the story. For example, Vietnam. Everyone thought the US was winning and that the US tactics were superior to the rest of the world's. That was incorrect. The US was losing for the majority of Vietnam and our tactics were terrible. The guerilla warfare of the Vietnamese proved the victor to our go-in-and-tear-****-up.

  • Yes.

    The television twists stories based on their opinon. You'll only get one side. On the internet, you'll get both sides because of all the individual people.

  • The potential for better news exists.

    That's not to say that it is necessarily better or even commonly better, but if you access proper broadsheet newspapers online you shouldn't do too bad, and broadsheets are better than even the better news stations on TV.

  • Not reliable at all

    Also internet has a lot of information, most of the information are not 100% right and 100% reliable. In addition your device could get hacked and would be hard to detect the person who hacked you. Choo poo ill
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  • The two forms of media are fully contaminated by marketing propaganda.

    TV is a tool for selling things. The internet is a BETTER tool for selling things. Sure, you are more likely to leave the internet thinking you've gained something but that is only due to highly sophisticated , up to the nanosecond, manipulation. You can't check the internet except against itself and every person on the web has a "version" of it specifically tuned to them. The internet is the ultimate shmoozer and it tells you in your specific language and emotional style exactly what your subconscious wants you to hear. Using the internet for school research is designed to expose students to the appropriate propaganda models . From that perspective, the internet is a better tool for philosophic inculcation than television.

  • of course not

    i think that the news is better because the news gives a more local feel when it is on TV rather than when it is on the internet. when it is online it can be misinterpreted easier than when it is on TV


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Anonymous says2013-04-08T17:08:06.473
How it impacts expose controversial issues or social problems through radio or television.