Here’s where you can find breaking news, and bad journalism, before anyone else nowadays:
- Twitter (especially good info about dead people)
- Facebook (Most news on Facebook is usually wrong, dubious sources, or several years old, however. :) But it’s fast. :)
- Radio (if they have s separate news team. Otherwise, just amusing gossip)
- Actual newspaper sites or the AP (often the first version of a news report is partly wrong, but what are you going to do, right?)
- Huffington Post (PuffPo) — (Not an actual news source, but a content farm that is quicker to steal than any other site.)
- Blogs, both private and corporate. (Pretty accurate. Their name is on it, after all.)
- Print and TV. (Most fun to read, if you want details on anything, or additional reporting. Most accurate. TV, however, also has interviews with people on the street. Bor-ing.)
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ID # 2639vab Caption: Man watches TV. News broadcaster says, This just in, breaking news…oops, too late, the bloggers gut there before us.