It seems ANY day there can be a story that's perceived as negative for Tesla, I'm reading the script on our morning news. I have to correct and change them all the time as they seem to be full of opinion, and are slanted. I have no doubt they are copied stories from magazine and newspaper articles that have ties to the ICE industry. So this was my note to our producers this morning. Excuse it, as it was written quickly to prevent MORE such stories showing up on our air. Producers: The corporate media world loves anti Tesla stories (stories against electric vehicles) Every time there is ANYTHING "wrong" with Tesla we do a story on it, complete with their slanted verbiage. Yet we never make corrections the following day when the claims are often disproved. Today's Tesla example was about how long it took for Tesla to report an accident. What I'm saying is these are stories that affect one vehicle at a time. Generally they are over sensationalized and are pushed by anti electric media outlets so we should be careful running them, or running them as is. Imagine if we did EVERY story that affected one GM or Toyota vehicle? We'd never have room for any other news. We only do stories on their cars if they involve thousands of vehicles. PS, I'm not saying this because I'm a former a Tesla owner but because it's an obvious attempt to stop Tesla competing with gas vehicles, especially with their growing market share. Stories like we are running are all over the Internet and now they're making there way to local TV stations like ours, and they are pushed by the corporate world that has a vested interest in traditional car makers... be mindful.