02 May 2010

Times Square bomb and CNN - the night after

Here come snapshots of the on-line front pages of four different media sources, taken a few hours after the incident (click on the image to enlarge).

NYT:

WaPo:

Fox News:


And now - CNN:

Find the common missing element. No prizes.

9 comments:

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Pisa said...

CNN are surprisingly thoughtful. I mean, botth Ahmadinejad and Obama <span>on the first page, isn't that scary enough?</span>
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<span>Or this might be the CNN equivalent of the Southpark beep-mania...</span>

Katie Norcross said...

None of them have Dry Bones.

Dick Stanley said...

So true. I'm still waiting for the obligatory "no indication of terrorism" remark from the fed's top cop. Give CNN time. They'll figure out a way to blame the car bomb on the Tea Party or the Arizona legislature.

soccerdhg said...

No reference to manmade disasters?

Dick Stanley said...

I liked Hot Air's headline on the A-man today: The world's tiniest terrorist.

carahan said...

CNN was covering it live on their tv broadcast.  I'm guessing their website people are more separated.  Newspapers have the advantage that their website is their primary place of updates until the next print edition.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Well, out of four examples Fox is not a newspaper.