This was a side thought from an article I found about Peggy Charren 'killing' Saturday Morning TV. When I first started my animation website, I was surprised at how many people had their toons on the weekend replaced by local news broadcasts or infomercials, as early as 1994, while the rest of us where watching Garfield and Friends.... This brought up the question, is there too much news on TV, and does anyone try to watch it at all? I mean, we've got at least 12, dedicated 24 hour news channels. Anyone who really wants to see them has probably already subscribed to cable and satellite. We've got news shows on all 3 major networks, and now on Fox, from 5-6 PM, some till 7 PM. Then, they have all of their newsbroadcasts in the morning from 5-9 AM, usually, leaving no room for syndicated shows. Is there such a thing as news overload, or is alotto news, good news?