Melissa in the Morning: Twitter News Network?

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Melissa in the Morning: Twitter News Network?

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is expected to announce his run for President today…ON TWITTER! But this is just one of the many recent examples of powerful people using the social media platform as a news network. But now, with the option to buy a blue checkmark, are we heading down a dark path of reporting? We speak with Ben Bogardus, a journalism professor at Quinnipiac University about the future of news. ((00:00))

It’s estimated that 936 million adults worldwide between the ages of 30-69 may suffer from sleep apnea. A new study found that cases of uncontrolled sleep apnea may be harmful to future brain health. Sleep medicine specialist, Dr. Steven Thau, shared the signs of sleep apnea and why ignoring the problem is a bad idea. ((13:45))

Earlier this week, a first-of-its-kind investor conference kicked off in Hartford, where top state officials pitched Connecticut as a good investment to bankers and analysts. But would anyone want to invest in our state? BRBC President, Dan Onofrio, explains why the answer is yes! ((23:50))

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