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July 19, 2014 12:00 AM

Letter | TV stations cry wolf over storms, destroy credibility

The so-called “stormy season” in Myrtle Beach has begun, and with it, we have TV’s interruption of programming with banners racing across the TV screen, bells, whistles, sirens, buzzers and all sorts of hysterical weather warnings, as though a Category 5 hurricane were about to strike.

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