By DAVID BAUDER AP Media Writer NEW YORK (AP) — After a night in which television struggled to keep up with the Democrats' virtual convention, networks were rewarded with the most traditional of political events — a powerful speech. Before former first lady Michelle Obama's keynote address, much of the coverage felt uncomfortably like watching an army making the common mistake of fighting a new conflict with the tactics of the last war. 'This will not be like any convention we have seen before, ever,' CNN's Anderson Cooper said at the opening of his network's coverage. 'The coronavirus changes the […]
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