Dear 100 Hour Board,
Where do you go for news?
-My Name Here
I really like Business Insider because they have national news and finance news and some non-news articles. However, the biggest thing I like about Business Insider is the fact that they don't typically have 5-10 articles for the same story. I've seen other major news sources do that and it bugs me.
For local news, I prefer KSL. I probably got that from my dad, but I've become so familiar with the site. They also have KSL Classifieds, which is great! Sometimes I flip the free stuff on the classifieds. For example, last week I got a free, non-working RV and I sold it for $200. How cool is that?
-Sunday Night Banter
My phone's news app, google news, and lots and lots of late night talk shows.
-guppy of doom
Word of mouth?
I really need to keep up with the news more...
I like email newsletters because they generally sum up the biggest stories in a few lines, so it's easy to read them fast and get an idea of what's going on. Personally, I subscribe to The New York Time's Morning Briefing, as well as CNN's 5 Things. If I'm going to a website to read the news, though, I like the BBC and Al Jazeera, especially because they often have a more global focus than the NYT and CNN, and will run stories on issues that more US-centric sites miss.