Foreign News Coverage

In 1988 NBC aired over one-thousand minutes of news from foreign bureaus. Last year, the number fell to just over 300 minutes. And the story's similar for the two rival networks. Join host Melinda Penkava for a look at whether there's been a decline in international news or simply a decline in American interest in stories abroad. The story behind the shift to lighter news, on the next Talk of the Nation from NPR News. Guests: Andrew Tyndall Publisher, The Tyndall Report (monitors television network news) Other Guest: TBA Listeners call in

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