Looking forward to the always improving CNN Ali.. Cheers!!
Looking fwd to the Big I segments
Will the new blog be set for arguments between blogger's .
I believe we all have a small piece of the solutions puzzle and may not even know it. As they say in business and in the sciences, if you are not taking 2 steps forward, change of itself will set you back by 1 step. They also say, out of 200 ideas, 2 may be winners.
Can a new talk radio or news program, with the help of the internet, solve problems? For example, can new CNN videos educate the public on current technologies facing various situations? This time it may show the technologies used for oil drilling offshore. It could also show the challenges of plugging the current oil well that is leaking. Various technologies could be shown that are being considered today to plug that leaking oil well.
Perhaps a few levels of contests could be organized. Ideas could be submitted by blogging. This way, good ideas may build upon one another. Ideas could be voted on by tweeting. Experts could be involved as part of this new contest. This way they could blog the strengths and weaknesses of every new blog idea. These contests could be equipped with large scholarships or monetary awards for the best ideas submitted. The larger the prize, the more ideas will be submitted. The more likely an excellent idea will be formulated. Runner-ups would also win awards as well.
After solving the leaking oil well problem, CNN could organize contests for everything from solving the immigration problem to our deficit problem. I believe we all have a small piece of the solutions puzzle and may not even know it. These contests may raise the chance of us discovering new ways to solve the many problems we are facing…Today it is the leaking oil well problem. Tomorrow it may be the baby boomer retirement crisis and what to do about it…
The future gets brighter every day! Cheers Ali ...
I liked your mid-day show because you actually permit your guests and other reporters to complete a sentence. You don't interrupt with your personal opinion on the topic.
With that said, who's going to cover finance? Will you still have your weekend show?
As Tony-the-Tiger would say the changes sound GRRRRREAT!!!
I'm glad to hear that you're playing to America's strengths in innovation. I look forward to your Big I segments. I'm writing a scifi story that, while entertaining, will propose several ideas for tackling big world problems (i.e. clean energy, lack of potable water, long term economic stability). It is now a proven concept: user generated content leads to better solutions. Occasionally, some college student will propose a presidential running mate that won't quite work out.
First, Good Luck Ali. I hope that the education part of the show will include career/technical education, which California has a massive (and excellent) standard for, but no programs. The school systems are still in the hands of the academics-only crowd – even though less than half of our high-school graduates here in Chico go on to college of any kind. Again, good luck, Gene
I kinda like the new set it puts me in the mind of a bridge on a starship anything that is futuristic has my full attention.
I like to see a real time yes and no opinon bargraph to the right of the Video screen.
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