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Tthere is a huge gap in this argument but if we are trying to guarantee his conclusion, as this question stem is asking us to do, we would want to tie the premise and the conclusion together with a S & N statement like so: "If another network covered it, it must be accurate." Or the contrapositive (which is far more likely to appear in our answer choices): "If it is not accurate, another network would not have covered it."
When learning logical fallacies, it became evident that they are used in everyday life; they just go unnoticed. For example, the appeal to emotion logical fallacy is used on TV when sad commercials with injured puppies, cats, and Sarah McLachlan come on.