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"Leaving it to the cable news networks to do the donkey work of convention coverage makes sense. They're better structured for gavel-to-gavel coverage. The broadcast networks can use their time most effectively presenting the marquee events, such as major speeches."

-Paul Rule/president/Marquest Media & Entertainment Research/Beaufort, N.C.

"I found both C-SPAN and public radio unobstructive by relaying speeches without commentary over them, but I used the radio more because of its ease of access."

-Kurt Pipa/analyst/Sunstar/New York

"Thank God for C-SPAN, Air America Radio, truthout.org, buzzflash.com, democrats.com, Bobby Kennedy, Al Franken, Harvard Book Store, MoveOn.org, ACLU et al ...! Broadcast news is terrible! Pundits are awful; they talk through everything, and then there's no good analysis or investigative reporting. Thank God for the Internet!"

-Anne Grady/library assistant/Massachusetts Bay Community College/Wellesley Hills, Mass.

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