Saturday, May 14, 2005

Why Is There Nothing To Watch In The Morning?

Source: The Fraizer Moore wants to know the answer to this question: Why won't any TV network create a wake-up program I can get up for?

Moore writes: Morning news shows are in the news right now. On NBC, queen bee Katie Couric is losing favor while “Today” finds its dominance threatened by ABC runner-up “Good Morning America.” But even with this tightening race, what I find most remarkable is hardly news: All three broadcast networks (including CBS' also-ran “The Early Show”) compete for audience with essentially the same show.

On each network you find news, sure, and the occasional probing interview. Also concerts and star chats and sign-waving fans and expeditions hither-and-yon and breezy advice on how to transform your life. (Three tips on readying your personal ad for the Web, courtesy of “Good Morning America”: be specific, use a flattering photo, and try to spell everything correctly. Now go snag your true love!)

Read the complete article HERE.


At 8:10 AM, May 16, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you want probing depth in the morning... turn over the C-Span. Seriously, 99% of the people don't want geo-political debates in the mornings. They want weather, news and fun to start their days.


Post a Comment

<< Home