100 Days Under Fire: The Inside Story of How Cable News Has Covered Pandemic and Protest From the Frontline

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The events of the past 100 days have presented a challenge unlike any the cable news business has ever seen. The coronavirus pandemic resulted in the headquarters of all three major networks being largely shut down — requiring home studios to be set up on the fly, and broadcast operations to be completely overhauled. And just when the industry appeared to be settling into a new normal, protests against police brutality erupted nationwide — forcing correspondents and
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