Nobody needs to see Al Roker get knocked over by a wave during a hurricane
It's dangerous, it gives audiences the impression that it's safe out, and it's a big waste of resources.
As Hurricane Ida hammered New Orleans, reporters and meteorologists laced up their boots and pulled their raincoats out of the closet to carry out one of the media’s more baffling hurricane traditions: unnecessary on-location reporting. You know, this stuff:
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