New Orleans Metblog on Tagesthemen

Just watching Tagesthemen with a report on Hurricane Katrina hitting New Orleans. And they are directly quoting the reports on Metblogs New Orleans as being more direct and unfiltered than “classical” journalism.

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See the report as livestream here or read the article on the Tagesthemen Website.

13 Comments so far

  1. felix (unregistered) on August 30th, 2005 @ 8:08 am

    i was just going to post this ;) well, well.


  2. frede (unregistered) on August 30th, 2005 @ 8:42 pm

    tv-junkies ;-)


  3. robert (unregistered) on August 31st, 2005 @ 12:11 am

    survivorsofkatrina@yahoogroups.com to locate friends or family


  4. Christian (unregistered) on August 31st, 2005 @ 5:07 pm

    Well the media here in Berlin, Germany is full of storm coverage. I just returned from Denmark and have to call my friend in Miami – as I read it has been directly hit.

    Hope you all are fine and safe – I never imagined it could become worse like this. It’s like ‘Escape from L.A.’ but it’s real. Fortunately, this time it has hit a better-prepared area than the Tsunami area this winter in Asia.

    Best regards,
    Christian from Berlin, Germany.


  5. till (unregistered) on August 31st, 2005 @ 6:08 pm

    You know this is the perfect timing to bring up the climate and the Kyoto Protcol. Maybe Bush and all other Americans find it easier to relate to it and the side effects right now. ;)

    (I know this comment probably gets me bad karma, so sue me!)


  6. sirstick (unregistered) on August 31st, 2005 @ 8:47 pm

    Well, it is hard to put this onto the sufffering peolpe in New Orleans, but as Till said, maybe this puts environmental protection into a new perspective for the US government. See also: http://service.spiegel.de/cache/international/0,1518,372434,00.html


  7. till (unregistered) on September 1st, 2005 @ 3:41 pm

    Das sind ja nur nette Kommentare da. =)


  8. Charles (unregistered) on September 1st, 2005 @ 8:11 pm

    Bush should sign into law to make Hurricanes and other Natural Disasters illegal. Since these are considered as Acts of God, and religious people back this up, then we should hold the religious people responsible. In the most recent case, the US would then have a class action lawsuit against religious people and make them pay for the damages. Why not, they support God and his actions so they are just as accountable. Let’s see how many people keep going to church. Atleast the money would be better spent in helping the victims of disasters instead of pedophile priests.


  9. Phil Johnson (unregistered) on September 2nd, 2005 @ 6:04 am

    I live in CA now, had been in NO 20 years. My wife BJ (Bower) and I are heartbroken over the tragedy; we got Susan, her daughter out just in time. I am now looking for my son, Robert (Bobby) Johnson, who lives/d in SLidell at 170 Fountain Drive with Bridget and 5 kids. Have heard nothing. ANYTHING would be a blessing. Please call 831-338-3105 or email lbj8060@sbcglobal.net. Our hearts and prayers are with ALL of y’all, for sure.


  10. Wayne (unregistered) on September 2nd, 2005 @ 6:47 am

    Thinkin of you guys from us in New Zealand


  11. Wayne (unregistered) on September 2nd, 2005 @ 6:55 am

    Come together USA in time of need help each other and Im sure you are doin that.What I have seen on CNN etc is beyond the concept of what the word disaster means we have certainly had some Tsunamis Hurricanes Droughts Famine ,do you think we arebeing told something .Anyway keep goin and our prayers are with you and for you.Wayne from down under


  12. reader (unregistered) on September 5th, 2005 @ 3:19 am

    i guess some of those tagesthemen editors read last weeks “die zeit” or “sueddeutsche zeitung” from that morning. heard about them being the two who do…


  13. Frank Johnson (unregistered) on September 22nd, 2005 @ 6:14 am

    Good Service



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