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Jasmine Donovan ENG 225 Walker 32003 Have you heard about the hijacked Cuban airliner that was escorted to land in Key West Fla No Well blame your local news for not informing you A usual afternoon Your usual routine of watching the nightly news The usual layout of news local state national No big deal right Well I must ask you havent you ever wondered whats going on in other countries What was the top news story in India today or maybe Italy Surely we mustnt be the only country in the world with news so why dont we hear about others stories tribulations and events Well let me be the bearer of bad news - other countries do have fascinating news but the American media just doesnt bother to present it What are their reasons Who knows I know one thing - American news coverage is not comprehensive and it rarely ever shows news of the world unless its a a catastrophic event or b it has some sort of tie to the US or one of its citizens Do you think that is fair to the American public I do not There are three reasons why I find this issue to be of such high importance Firstly Im a journalism major someone that wants to spend the rest of her working life producing news for the masses and hopefully doing it honestly So when I see a nationally broadcasted news show produce such a high amount of local news and low amount of international news it makes me mad I truthfully rather hear about 45 people being killed from a something-or-rather in some foreign country than 2 people being murdered in New York City Its a simple question of impact - which one of these stories has had a bigger impression on the world Naturally the one that has the higher amount casualties So I ask you why does the
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