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    I like waking up to Martha MacCallum...cant go without a dose of Megyn Kelly in my day...no brainer on which channel I am tuned in to, make no excuses for it either

    if I could get the Longhorn Network, it would probably be tuned there.....on my nights off its CBS in primetime, Criminal Minds, CSI
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    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    I like waking up to Martha MacCallum...cant go without a dose of Megyn Kelly in my day...no brainer on which channel I am tuned in to, make no excuses for it either

    if I could get the Longhorn Network, it would probably be tuned there.....on my nights off its CBS in primetime, Criminal Minds, CSI
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    I use to read printed papers. Now, I opt for newspapers on-line. That way, I don't have all the old papers to throw away. A lot of news is old by the time it goes to print whereas their on-line papers are more current. Oh, and the other channel that I watch is the NFL Network. I wake up to NFL AM and I make NFL Total Access a daily part of my primetime viewing.

    I read a lot of stories on my phone, The articles there are very shorter though and not as in depth as I like. I do like to sit down with a newspaper especially when it is a big story with a lot of information to absorb. CNN is mostly for breaking news and background noise.

    To be honest though, if I had to pick two I would have to go with the NFL channel also and Food Network.
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    As an old-time newspaper reporter/editor, I always will prefer printed news vs. the talking heads (performers, mostly, not real reporters) we see way too much of today on electronic outlets. I do subscribe to on-line version of my "home town" newspaper during the winter when I am down south. TV mostly good for sports, occasional special reports, in my opinion.

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    Turner Classic Movies, and I think I might like that channel that Roseberry mentioned.
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