Thursday, October 25, 2012
No roundtable this month

We won't be holding an iReport roundtable this month, as we're busy gearing up for Election Day. But while we're off, we'd love to hear your suggestions for future discussions.

 

In the past few months, we’ve looked at how to record the best webcam videos, capture the night sky and improve your smart-phone photography.

 

What else would you like to learn? In what area do you want to hear feedback? Please share your ideas for other topics in the comments below.

 

Look for our next big roundtable in November, and check back soon for more information on what’s in store for Election Day!

15 Comments
October 26, 2012
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Although we are busy with election, but it will be helpful if we arrange roundtable.

October 26, 2012
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Thank God for Fox News! But hey guys I'm checking up on you too in between commercials. You know things are getting serious in the Situation Room when your sad little faces have to report the latest poll numbers. It's a good feeling! 

October 27, 2012
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We need to talk about the states that have changed their voter registration laws.  There are laws now that is making it harder for democrats to vote! To whom it may concern:

    I live in a state that has recently changed its voters' registration laws. In the state of Texas, when you apply for a license whether it's a new license or youre renewing your license, you can check a box that asks you if you would like to become a registered voter.  I chose yes.  Just recently, I went to the Secretary of State Voters Website, and I cant be found in the system.  I am an African American that has served in the armed forces and yet, my right to vote is in jeopardy.  Not to mention, I am not the only African American here that is having this problem.  I really feel that the Republicans are doing something rather unconstitutional and unneccessary.  Please Please Please investigate this!  I think that these so called new laws was not to stop fradulent ballots.  These laws were made to make sure democrats dont vote.  We didnt have this problem in 2008.  Its 2012 and all of a sudden we have new laws?  This needs to be made PUBLIC.  

October 27, 2012
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25 million jobs could have been a reality if Obama would have accepted Anti-matter techknowolgy that was offered. It could have changed the whole world.

October 27, 2012
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I am busy too but I have time for a half hour roundtable.

October 27, 2012
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Why after searching your entire postings for the day do I see nothing about Benghazi? CNN lacks the most basic principles of journalism....report the news in a fair impartial way.  How can you in good conscience ignore what the parents of those killed are saying?  How can you continue to cover for a President that in real time knew what was happening and continued to lie to the American public?  Shame on you!  You have lost a family of viewers!

October 28, 2012
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Just days before the election, it is pathetic to watch CNN scramble in panic to report and discuss any possible topic - should Powell be a democrat?; Will Mourdock's comments hurt Romney; Social issues back in the limelight; Mali; Syria; Hurricane Sandy - to divert viewers's attention from what they should covering - the administration's scandal in and over Benghazi. This betrayal of basic journalist principles to help elect "their guy" will ultimately hurt CNN most, as the nation turns to Fox News as its premier news provider. This is all the more obvious and pathetic after CNN's own reporters obtained Amb. Stevens' diary from the Benghazi Consulate rubble, was slapped over it by the adminsitration, and has never brought up the subject since. Snap out of it, CNN, before it's too late for you.

October 28, 2012
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Ditto to the two above posters.

October 29, 2012
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I would like to learn more about reporting mass protests and violent clashes. What to keep in mind while reporting, any tips will be useful. Thank you!

October 29, 2012
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There must be something iReports can do to spread information about the ongoing plight of Haitians?

October 30, 2012
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dear fellows of america ..... the sandy hurricane could be the sign by the nature and GOD that you did the shameful act of making hatred movie against ISLAM... JUST THINK

October 30, 2012
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America didn't make that film.  A man from your part of the world did.  He just happens to live in America.

October 31, 2012
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Hey CNN, there's more to this planet than a storm in the Northeast. Is it any wonder you struggle in the ratings when you harp on the same thing over and over and over and over and over and over...................

 

October 31, 2012
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CNN should be ashamed of the bias they are showing.  I hate to be forced to go to Fox to get any reporting on snything that doesn't put Obama in a good light or Romney in a bad light.  It is discraceful and a diservice to the American people.

February 4, 2013
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Cheap quick solution to the hostage crisis

 

Send down some Ether or Chloroform(SP) then just go in and get the kid. Too simple????

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