“the President kept on reading from the two teleprompters, the camera crews panned from Martinez to the audience where they focused in on those with downcast, despondent peering faces. Mothers with children were singled out, as were women who could be seen with tears of joy in their eyes. The TV audience, however, was now scarcely paying any attention to the President, instead the viewing public’s eyes were being drawn increasingly upon the tragedy that had begun to play itself out in the inset…the WNN news set.”
Excerpt From: Frank B. Thompson III. “LIARS – the News Industry.” iBooks.