I am curious about the televison networks. Last night regular programming was on. A whole city evacuating, tens of thousands homeless wandering looking for help, dozens, maybe hundreds, dead, and regular television scheduled?
They used to pre-empt the schedule to bring results of a local football game, but now, if you want to know what is going on, turn to cable TV for CNN, or even C-SPAN.
The most powerful media, the networks, could be getting lost people together, directing rescue efforts, calming the paniced populace, reassuring, guiding.
Things have changed.