Many people these days seem to think that the sources of national news that are available to us through electronic media are biased. I always wonder if they are aware of public television — the Public Broadcasting System, or PBS. It offers a one-hour national news program every weekday.
As a member of the Baha’i Faith, which is devoted to bringing our world together in harmony, I don’t affiliate with any political party. We vote for the best qualified candidates who will aim for unity, justice, equity and personal integrity. To find those candidates, we need news sources that are factual and unbiased. I’ve found that the “PBS NewsHour” and the PBS program “Frontline” (both consistently award-winning journalism) are the best sources of national news and of investigative reporting. In our SoCal area there are at least 4 PBS TV stations: KOCE, KCET, KVCR, and KLCS. Here in Ventura, KOCE offers the “NewsHour” every evening at 6, and “Frontline” every week. They are worth checking out.
Dianne Coin, Ventura
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