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- April 1, 2009 by DEricsonPR
- Newspapers are reporting their own imminent deaths. Where else will (or do) you get your news?
Watching the local broadcast news in the morning and nightly news in the evening has always been a part of starting and ending my day. I am a visual kind of guy and still enjoy seeing what's going on in my city and the nation. How and where we get our news and information has changed big time but I still have a bit of the old-school in me where I plan my dinner time at 6:30 pm, eating and watching Brian Williams.
Television also reminds me of my youth. I have strong memories of watching the first man land on the moon, President Nixon leaving office, Live-Aid, Michael Jackson doing the moonwalk live in TV, the day the Space Shuttle blow up, the fall of of the Berlin Wall and most recently seeing an African-American elected president of the United States of America.
Television might not be the most in depth form of news and information but it has given me some some great images I will always remember.
"And that's the way it is..." Please share?