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Stop TV9 Telugu Channel
Posted 29 June 2011 - 07:26 AM
For example, TV9 transmitted a 30-minute program and covered as if USA created the "Haiti earthquake". Also, it was reported that USA is positioned as number one in carbon generating nations.
We have now switched to ETV and I thank Dish network for airing ETV telugu channel which has some credible reporting and better piece of mind.
TV9 is not reporting news, it is making the news. It is also painful to watch when it attacks "religious faith" that has been curing humans for centuries as per scientists. The media may have a right to attack organizations that are run by "tax payers" money. It has no right to attack organizations that are run by "devotees" money and it is the money only by devotees when their faith works for them. They won't impose rules how to spend the money. We can only wish that the money will be spent for good causes.
I wish dish network will terminate the TV9 transmission in USA.
Posted 29 June 2011 - 08:41 AM
TV9 is not reporting news, it is making the news.
So, kind of like Fox, eh?
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Posted 30 June 2011 - 07:48 PM
The U.S. was the leading nation until China move up to take over with all their new coal power electrical plants and with their cities now filled with vehicles install of bicycles.
. . . .Also, it was reported that USA is positioned as number one in carbon generating nations.
. . . .
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