Cnn, Foxnews, Msnbc Comparison

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Breaking News with CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News
Immediately, when I went to CNN.com, I found a link with a picture to see all information, about the terror strike in Mumbai. Also, there was links where you could click on videos to see how deadly the situation truly was. CNN.com included things such as: the causalities rates and also how many people were injured. Furthermore, the site also gives information about how you could link this story to Facebook, or even Twitter, so that other people could read about what is going on around the world. With this in mind, this could and would increase CNN.com publicity, making more people view the top stories as a result. Therefore, CNN.com provided a lot of information and coverage of the terror strike in Mumbai. Upon accessing the MSNBC.com website, I was able to locate the article immediately. The article’s title was displayed in bold and blue-colored letters, which stated, “Official: 21 people killed in terror attack in Mumbai.” Once I clicked on the link it revealed a big picture of people surrounded around one of the disaster areas, caused by the bomb explosion. Also, on this website at the bottom it gives three options to tell people about the story. With this in mind, you can choose to email someone, share it on Facebook, or share it on Twitter. These are the key elements people could use in order to spread the story to others, so that they may be knowledgeable of the disasters occurring around the world. MSNBC.com also has an interactive video of Hillary Clinton speaking out about the despicable act of violence against innocent people. Furthermore, it also has a link called NDTV, in India to get a view of the live coverage. Therefore, this article is constantly updated to inform the public of the progress of the city, as well as the causality rate and the injured count. There are many things that happen around the world every day if we want to find out, we just need to know where to look for the things that we want...
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