ve the shared experiences we have had with the smaller broadcast television spectrum, but until now television has helped bring us together.
Television has been criticized for not offering sufficient depth in its news analysis, but it is clear that television has become the major source of news and has brought information to millions of people who may not have had access to this much information in the past. I watch as well, but I also know better than to rely on television alone--or the radio, or one local paper, or any single source--for all my news.
Television has linked every part of the country directly with the power centers that control our lives, with New York, Los Angeles, Washington, state capitals, and so on. We have been able to experience the news first hand to a much greater degree than ever before. We have not merely heard