Raw feed, in satellite TV transmissions, is uncut, unedited, rough footage straight from the site of the action. It is sent by onthespot reporters via satellite to be edited into an acceptable footage. It contains moments that are very boring (newsmen waiting for their cue to begin) or too exciting (raw violence). A viewer accustomed to the evening news won't usually have the tolerance to watch raw feed because it appears too chaotic, uninterpreted, without titles, credits, sponsors, or anchormen monitoring from the safety of a wellgroomed location.
Real feelit is like tuning in to raw feed. It may seem too boring or too exciting for comfort until you are willing to experience it without judgments. Without this willingness, one is a hopeless couchpotato glued to the broadcasts of his network identity.
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