Analysis: TV Cable Coverage of Japan Crisis Is Lacking
"Let’s start with the three obvious failures in television coverage of Japan: Lack of planning. Perspective. Focus," writes THR's television critic Tim Goodman.
In the midst of any national disaster, the suggestion arises that citizens have an emergency plan in place and, even better, that they practice disaster preparedness. Apparently most people think that’s silly (or that they’ll never be in a catastrophe), because you rarely see anyone doing the prep work.
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