You get back to me when you can fill a news crew with people that have a full knowledge of nuclear powerplants. Seriously, stop being ridiculous. I agree that it's frustrating when they try to talk about something they obviously have no idea about, but that's when experts should be brought in.
What channel do you watch btw? I mean no disrespect, but I think it's a global view than US news isn't the most professional or filled with the brightest people. It's perhaps a last resort sort of thing. There are some good international channels to watch things unfold.
I am not in the US; therefore, I do not watch their news.
I was merely making a remark. If you don't know anything about Nuclear Power Plants, bring in the Experts (of course this is common sense, but news reporters are taking on roles that they should not be by reporting on these situations). You need to find an expert on the type of plant they are speaking of. In this case, we are talking about a BWR/4 if I recall correctly.
Not all Nuclear experts will know how a BWR/4 operates (that's a fact).