An Extraordinary Week of Broadcasting
In a post late last week, we paid tribute to an incredibly busy few days of live audio and video broadcasting (delivered via radio, TV and the web). These laudatory remarks came, ironically, before Sunday night's frenzy in the aftermath of the death of Osama bin Laden.
And, even with the ubiquitous social media phenomenon, Seattle TV station KING 5 reported that most people in the state of Washington got the news about Bin Laden from television.
And speaking of irony, KING was also the station that mistakenly interrupted the video portion of President Obama's address with an Xfinity commercial.
(Posted by Feliks Banel)