Split-Screen

This is an interesting piece from the NYTimes about how campaigns don’t like the use of split-screens during the debate and how networks continue to use them. 

Personally, I don’t see why a wide screen shot showing the whole stage (i.e. what the audience sees) can’t be used? 

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