Anderson Cooper on CNN is saying it quite freely. Wolf Blitzer did not say it. It seems as though the presenters and anchors are choosing to say or not say it. Seeing its cable tv, they can use the it cautiously. I wonder if the use of (sh*t) in any other countries airing CNN International will have problems with its use on screen and verbally. Many of the commentators are letting fly left and right. NBC Nightly News on network television, the reporter directly quoted the words and they showed the Washington Post article with the actual headline uncensored, but had it censored on its lower third. But the lower third on both CNN and MSNBC haven spelled it out. ABC News had (Expletive) while CBS had sh*thole. FNC of course is doing something else.
Interesting online. CBC News Canada has it spelled out. ABC News Australia has it censored in the headlined, but spelled out in the article. The BBC has chosen to spell it out (not it its headline) and SkyNews and FoxNews has it censored on its websites throughout. (whats posted when I looked). Nothing posted on SABC and ENCA News from South Africa.
Last edited by Mouseboy33 on 12 January 2018 3:54pm - 4 times in total
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