On TV, when it comes to finding in-depth newscasts, with journalists taking their time to report a story, good luck finding more than a half-hour here or there. You can find newscasts that do that, like "CBS Evening News," but you won't find many others.
Worse, the 24-hour news networks that used to break news stories around the clock have turned into reality TV networks or platforms for political pundits to shout at each other. There is an alternative, and it's free and streaming live.
Sky News, which is headquartered in London and has bureaus in Los Angeles, New York and Washington, D.C., is live 24 hours a day. Its focus is on international news.
You're as likely to watch a report on presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders as you are to see breaking news and in-depth reports from Europe, Asia, Africa, South America and Australia.
Sky News launched in 1989 with a focus on airing on every platform available, not just TV. Today, its focus is the same, on being the first to report a news story, and letting you watch it wherever and whenever you want, whether it's streaming on your TV set, your laptop, or your smartphone.