It’s a pop quiz from the AP’s Frazier Moore:
“Many cable news programs went tabloid in a big way this summer, devoting hour after hour to stories about missing people. Now as fall approaches, we can expect those cable networks to:”
Maintain their current news ratio, which is roughly 10 percent of their coverage allotted to President Bush, the war on terrorism and the economy, and 90 percent to Natalee Holloway.
Refuse to cover anyone in the news who’s present and accounted for.
Dispatch Greta Van Susteren to look for NBC’s missing audience.