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    ^ How's that again?

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    Laura Bozzo shows always were for entertaining (and take advance of) the lowest social classes since she started in Peru. The worst thing of her show is the fact it's classified itself as a "social welfare TV show".

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    I would rather watch Bozo the Clown than have to see and hear Ms Bozzo's show.
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    The weather women are always more pleasant. XHCNL-2 Saltillo on July 30.

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    Mexico TV, in general, seems to put highly photogenic women on weather. Not just Ms. Garcia (who seems to have attracted a lot of attention on the English-speaking Internet this past summer).
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    Daniel, I don't keep up with trends on the Internet. However, after just running a search, I found that Yanet Garcia also works
    for Televisa Monterrey (XHCNL, XEFB, etc).
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    Let me clarify something about this weather woman situation. When I said they are more pleasant than Laura, I meant they
    don't fuss and fight, and their coworkers on the news crew are well-behaved. Those shows with all that bickering turn me off.
    Especially when the host instigates that behavior.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kc9hzn View Post
    Mexico TV, in general, seems to put highly photogenic women on weather. Not just Ms. Garcia (who seems to have attracted a lot of attention on the English-speaking Internet this past summer).
    And the problem is? Hey, if they can do their job professionally...and look good doing it....

    Danny, unfortunately, it's all about drama today. I really don't get those that watch those shows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mp11 View Post
    And the problem is? Hey, if they can do their job professionally...and look good doing it....
    That must not be politically correct these days, Mike.
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    Yeah, I have no problem with it, if they do a good job of it. (Actually, if it's weather info I want, I'll just usually look at some radars, read the SPC convective outlooks and NWS forecast discussions. Outside of DXing, I don't watch much TV anymore.) Really, whatever works for them.
    As for Laura and her ilk, seems to me to be worse than Jerry Springer. With Jerry Springer, what you're watching is about as real as pro-wrestling (heck, some episodes might as well be amateur pro-wrestling), and the audience knows it. With this format Laura uses (real people, real issues), there's a fine line between informative and exploitative. Again, I don't watch much TV, so this is by no means authoritative, but the second hand impression I get of Dr. Phil is that his show might be a decent example of the informative side. An American example of the exploitative side might be Maury. Incidentally, the tone of a show sometimes depends on the subject matter. A show that's usually exploitive might have a serious episode that gives the subject deserved weight. A show that's usually informative might phone in an episode and just not do the research. A good rule of thumb is whether the show sounds like something out of a tabloid. Laura clearly falls on the exploitative side. Unfortunately, the reason the show is still on is that there's a market for it. Clearly, some people like "real people, real situations" shows with a trashy, tabloid feel. And Laura taps right into it. The only way to "punish" her is to convince people not to give her the time of day, to just ignore her shows.
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