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Tyndall Report adds video of network news packages

The Tyndall Report was always a must read for the rundown of the networks’ nightly news stories. But now the site’s new iteration is a must see. The new Tyndall Report (RSS), is a video-centric marvel. The site has the rundown from the ABC, NBC and CBS nightly newscasts with links to the videos as well. And the nets can breathe easy as the links are to the “official” versions of the pieces. This is one of those “why didn’t anyone think of this before” ideas. Andrew Tyndall has spent months on this, and it’s a one-stop for newsies, people who just want to see the news, and “the media is a liberal conspiracy” theorists alike. (Once you’re on that bandwagon, you’re bound to find only the evidence that supports your theory anyway.) Disclosure: I offered Andy my thoughts while he was in development, for what they were worth. Have a look. (Via B&C, RSS)

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