Is MSN a Day Late and a Video Short?

March 15th, 2013
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Econintersect: MSN has a feature in their rotating news window Friday morning (15 March 2013). Picture below is a screen shot from the MSN home page at 10:50 am New York time.

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Follow up:

Yesterday morning Global Economic Intersection posted this video as Video of the Day as shown in the screen shot below:


Note that the video image copied from YouTube clearly identifies the video as comedy.

Within an hour of posting the Video of the Day, GEI News posted the following article under the headline "Our Video of the Day On North Korea is a Fake":

Econintersect: According to the Huffington Post, our Video of the Day on North Korea is a fake.

The video, titled "How Americans Live Today," features an English voiceover purportedly translating the original Korean narration. The phony translation describes hyperbolic scenes of Americans being forced to live in tents and eating melted snow in order to survive. The man behind the farce? British travel writer Alun Hill, who doesn't speak a word of Korean.

Here is the YouTube page for the video:

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Nice research job MSN!

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