The following snapshot of headlines on each of the respective news sites of CNN, Fox, and the BBC is instructive:
CNN: “Dozens killed, wounded in Israeli airstrike: More than 65 casualties in strike on Qana.”
BBC: “Dozens killed in Lebanon air raid: Dozens of people have been killed or injured, many of them children.”
Fox: “Israelis Retreat From Bint Jbail: Israel claims mission accomplished in Hezbollah stronghold on Israel-Lebanon border after days of bloody battle.”
The million dollar question: do editorial decisions reflect consumer sensibilities (CNN viewers want to know about Israeli bombings; BBC viewers also do, but love to hear about dead children too; Fox viewers want to hear about Israeli successes), or does it lead them?