Just once we’d like to write a post about a journalism professor that wasn’t based on ridicule, but here we are once again. Jeff Jarvis of the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York happened to flip past “AMJoy” on MSNBC and decided this is what cable news should look like.

To be perfectly honest, we were in total disagreement at first because the screenshot shows just what we need less of on cable news shows; that is, the screen split into tiny boxes to accommodate 15 different pundits all talking at the same time from different locations.

Guess we weren’t woke enough to realize what he actually meant.

This is the part where you explain what you’re talking about. Twitter gives you 280 characters now.

Oh, he means more black commentators. If we saw everything in terms of race we would have picked up on that right away.

Yes, we always turn on MSNBC and Joy Reid for the most diverse panel of opinions from across the political spectrum.

We think the FBI is still looking into that, but they got sidetracked by that threatening letter Jussie Smollett received.