Between  Nov. 11 and Nov. 15, there were two big stories for network news — the scandal revolving around Obamacare and HealthCare.Gov, and a typhoon in the Philippines that left thousands dead.

So, how did the networks choose to divide up their broadcasting time? Pew Research Center has crunched the numbers, analyzing one hour of midday and three hours of prime-time programming each day.

It really is quite telling.

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