Generally speaking, you're going to more meaningfully informed if you randomly pick any one article off common dreams than if you watch an hour of any of the major news channels.
I watched Bill O'Reilley's show around a month ago (no, I would not normally do so, but Steven Colbert was his guest.) The thing that most struck me, other than O'Reilley's oozing reptilian arrogance, was that he said to Colbert "You know, more and more, you hear young people saying they get their news from you and Jon Stewart, instead of real news sources like Fox News and CNN." And he was serious!
It seems like the mainstream media think that all they have to do about their gaping void of real news is have Howard Kurtz on a talk show for ten minutes to lament the decline of TV news quality, wring their hand a little bit - and then move on the the next pop-culture paparazzi blitz. Somehow, they think that if they say every now and then "Yeah, we're pretty bad," it makes it OK to be so bad.
If the FCC was concerned about "public decency" they would do something about this instead of a wayward mammary at an event that is already the epitome of sexualized materialism.
This nonsense makes me want to forswear the riches (hey I can dream, shush) of a professional career and teach high school. SOMETHING has to be done about this.