I watch CNN and Fox. CNN has a liberal slant, Fox a conservative slant. I like to get both sides of the story.
I usually get most of my information from the Newspaper. My grandad reads and talks at the breakfast table. Anything I find particularly interesting I go online and find more about it.
Probably the PC Gamer Magazines and these forums.
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dirty deeds;3665182Fox isn't rigged. If you actually watch it, you see that they do have an "opinion" and they are slanted a bit to the right, but they ALWAYS have at least one opposing point of view. And i'm not talking about moderate conservatives, they bring on people from the left as well as from the FAR, FAR left and let them get their point across. Sometimes, I even get mad at watching some of these loonies spew their nonsense.
So Fox isn't any worse or better than MSNBC or CNN. Personally, I watch both MSNBC and Fox and BBC. I can see the very obvious bias that each of them has (but less so with BBC tv news, even though their website is notoriously biased in their discussions and the way they frame their stories).
EVERY news station is biased one way or another. You think the CEO's of the companies that own them have no say as to what is reported?
Anyway, to answer the Op's question, it's the BBC and The Register. I enjoy reading about world events, not just ones about the US.
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Sadly we don't get BBC around here. I'd really like to have that station, it sounds great.
http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/ is where I get mine since it's aussie, but I do visit bbc, cnn etc etc
fieww,,, I read a paper (deliberately not saying THE paper) Metro, since I travel by train each day. I also watch NOS, like AdmDonuts stated before, I watch the RTL4 (also a dutch channel) news, called Editie NL, and of course the local news, L1 :D.
BBC mostly. Channel 4 news sometimes, because their main News is on at the slightly more -friendly time of 7pm. From time to time, I look up Reuters directly, and occasionally things happen in the US that the BBC doesn't give much details about so I will have a look at CNN or Fox. I usually find watching Fox disturbing, it seems like a stereotypical news channel that has been plucked right out of a Hollywood movie. It does seem more American/less international than CNN or other channels.