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May 4th, 2009
01:35 PM ET

Journey through CNN

Take a journey through the halls of CNN with a rigged up flip video camera and a fisheye lens.

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  1. John Wilkinson

    If you really want to put H1N1(swine) flu in perspective then simply report these facts.
    Since the H1N1 alert estimate how many cases of seasonal flu have occurred and how many deaths there have been in children, adolescents, adults and seniors?
    Compare this to H1N1! Then we would have the facts.
    John Wilkinson
    Washington State

    May 4, 2009 at 2:31 pm |
  2. tom mckay

    I just watched you newcast on Campbell Brown where the reporter reported on the bridge in Stuart FL. That was such a biased piece of reporting that I will forever be doubtful about anything I hear on CNN. It focused on the opinion of the one dissident county commissioner to try to make a case of a bridge that is unneeded. Every bridge, road, airport or improvement in this country has people who oppose them, many times they are extremist of some sort. Why not report on TV that she is the one of five commissioners who oppose the bridge instead of implying that her position is correct and imply this bridge is not needed. Is this how all the stimulus projects will be reported by CNN. How disappointing.

    May 4, 2009 at 8:59 pm |

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