More Messages: Snow and Sickness
The problem? It simply wasn't true. By Monday evening, every forecaster in the city was predicting that the snow expected for the mountains would not significantly impact the metro area. The Tuesday morning report by Channel 2's Angie Austin (pictured) was typical: high winds in Denver, and perhaps the possibility of a stray rain shower, but no snow.
In essence, then, Channel 2 asked its viewers a leading question that had no basis in reality. It's the equivalent of running a crawl asking "Madonna Nude in Times Square?" or "Dick Cheney Shoots New Lawyer?," only to subsequently reveal that nothing like these things actually happened.
In other words, no film at nine. -- Michael Roberts