Please tell me that's not really the name of it.
Update: I guess it's just regular ol' "MediaBuzz". On further thought, I wish it actually was "MeD1@B#zz" but guess that'd be way too confusing for Fox viewers.
Oh thank God that horrifying @1#*€^ thing was your emphasis. I thought we'd finally jumped the shark completely into oblivion and was trying to slit my wrists with my car keys (nearest slightly pointy thing available.)
I don't know, a novelty kitsch retro show about the internet circa 1998 could be funny.
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So is MSNBC
No, it's not.
NBC bought out Microsoft's share in the network in 2007.
MSN has been trying to distance themselves from MSNBC for awhile.
As in, it cut all ties.
From the press release:
"A top five cable network, FNC has been the most watched news channel in the country for more than eleven years and according to Public Policy Polling, is the most trusted television news source in the country."
If this is true, that's it, there's no point in living anymore.
It says more about people not trusting media in general, than FNC being particularly trusted.