KIRO beats FOX in score visibility

Last weekend I watched the AFC on Channel 7 and the NFC on Channel 13. For a viewer who is a senior citizen, Channel 7 won hands down. The score board on the screen was large enough that it could be seen across the living room. Channel 13, on the other hand, had theirs crammed into the left, hand-top side and unreadable unless you came close to the screen. I just had my eyes worked on and now have good vision with and without my glasses. But as we get older, some eyes can’t see as well. So come on Channel 13, think of your senior citizens, there are more of us each day.

Bill Westlake

Edmonds

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