These were the live feeds I could find. Many sites are transmitting Al Jazeera live streaming. Many have live twitter feeds and intermittent video reports from Cairo. At my studio now but it never occurred to me to turn on the TV.
Can’t stop watching/listening to Al Jazeera Live Stream from Egypt. The revolution will not be televised, but it is being streamed and tweeted at least to those of us outside Egypt. I read the paper for perspective and putting everything together from the day before.
BBC calls it Egypt Unrest day # ABC is the only network news as if today has a logo online for the conflict
The New York Times hasn’t named its coverage but the Lede Blog is even active on a Sunday. MSNBC surprised me with how through and well organized its coverage is – link
At the Huffington Post, it is Egypt on Edge
I remember that I was in the shoe repair store on Bleecker between Broadway and Lafayette and there was a small TV mounted near the ceiling. As I either dropping off or picking up my shoes, there I saw the crash. The owner and I did not know what we looked at. It soon became clear. I think of the Challenger explosion everytime I pass that store.
Can’t read enough about Gabrielle Gifford’s shooting. I was struck yesterday how there were no postings of the scene or anything bloody – just smiling photos of Gifford. News media definitely approaches mass killing related to politicians differently in this country than in others. I actually admire the restraint in this case but will do some comparison research at a later date. Right now I just check in hoping her condition improves and look for intelligent analysis.
Eyewitness video from protest on Monday, 5-31, against the commando raid on the flotilla at a West Bank check point just after Emily Henochowicz, a student from Cooper Union, was wounded showed her being carried away for treatment by fellow activists from the International Solidarity Movement. more from the Lede Blog with eyewitness accounts and more links.