- Cable news networks have been going wall to wall with coverage of the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, to some ratings benefits. But plenty of those watching took to Twitter to express their frustration, or lack thereof.
- — Bill Maher (@billmaher)Thu, Mar 20 2014 04:20:34tv "news", showing that Malaysian woman wailing over and over, U make me sick. What news do we learn from that? Just more #DisasterPorn
- — Betsy Rothstein (@betsyscribeindc)Thu, Mar 20 2014 03:26:04@andersoncooper: "This may be a dumb question but..." There are no dumb questions when it comes to CNN missing Malaysian plane coverage.
- — Chris Geidner (@chrisgeidner)Thu, Mar 20 2014 04:06:52"A small black hole would suck in our entire universe." - thing guest had to explain on CNN tonight, http://bit.ly/1drOPVj
- — Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain)Thu, Mar 20 2014 23:52:48I'm officially calling uncle after CNN offers a possible "zombie plane" - I can't hear any more Malaysian airline conspiracy theories!!
- — Mike Birbiglia (@birbigs)Thu, Mar 20 2014 21:52:59CNN is covering their own coverage of the missing flight, but will they cover the coverage of the coverage? #Hashtags
- — Jesse Spector (@jessespector)Thu, Mar 20 2014 13:18:07Guy at hotel breakfast bar says the missing plane isn't getting enough media coverage because of Obamacare. "I tweeted Fox News about it."
- — Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert)Fri, Mar 21 2014 00:30:32don't see much diff between CNN's endless what-if Plane coverage and ESPN's endless what-if Tourney coverage. (except that's ESPN's job)
- — David Corn (@DavidCornDC)Wed, Mar 19 2014 17:50:54Yes, I got this press release: "If Noah's ark were found today, would media give it as much coverage as the missing Malaysian plane?"
- — Lauren Dane (@laurendane)Fri, Mar 21 2014 13:58:47This plane is missing. Those passengers have families. The world is nervous. So how about real coverage with real experts?
Flight 370 media critics take to Twitter
Cable news networks have been going wall to wall with coverage of the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, to some ratings benefits. But plenty of those watching took to Twitter to express their frustration, or lack thereof.