Friday, August 26, 2005

CNN Now Covering Natalee Holloway Like Fox Has Been?

I'm confused, I thought CNN's Jonathan Klein said just a few days ago that Fox was:

mired in coverage of "meaningless nonsense," claiming: "Fourteen Americans dead, and they have Natalee Holloway on," Klein says. "And they're supposedly America's news channel."

"It's easy and it's brainless," Klein charges in a telephone interview set for publication at the NEW YORK TIMES, explaining why cable news outlets are gravitating to the Aruba story. "They're looking for an ongoing drama" along the lines of the NBC crime show "Law & Order," he said, adding, "Except 'Law & Order' doesn't do the same plot every night."

If that's the case why is it on top of the CNN Most Popular this PM? Here is their offering to the "meaningless nonsense":


I admitted that I was growing a bit tired of the Aruba story as well here:


But it looks like Fox might have broken the case of a killer in the Caribbean who killed a young American woman while on vacation, while CNN beat the drum of Cindy Sheehan. Not much to talk about on the merit of both stories I say. News and solutions vs. rehashing the loosing ideas of the 60's........................