Although i do enjoy ksp weekly, being, well, weekly, honestly, I feel like if you do not have any information, or have to find something to say, it isn't worthwhile for me. Also I dislike all the history section, it feels like its copied/pasted from wikipeda and was written by a robot. If you want to put in history, make it exciting. I know it sounds strange, but have you ever been in a boring history class where its rote memorization? it sucks, it dosn't bring history out. now, ive been lucky where i had many exciting history teachers who made it exciting and fun WHILE still learning dates and important parts. My first major at school was originally economics with a minor in history. Ive read many exciting books on space history, and none of these history sections have been at all exciting. Its constantly a letdown honestly. I would rather have a pr person write up a history using extremely broken English, who cares about it, over a lame Wikipedia type article! believe me, if i want to find out more information, most forum readers can find it out with a simple search.
I love KSP, it is my favorite game, but i'd rather have a chunk of good and worthwhile information that excites me, at a less regular rate, then have a small amount of pushed (filling in space) information, with a wikipedia type article!
in my mind, when ksptv was active with its own show, playing an unmodded version and showing it off, while sometimes making announcements, that was the best! It was a great way to promote the game, show features that were new or hidden, and just make it a nice environment. I could care less if the person wasn't a great English speaker! The love of the game, the amount of fun they had, and the news was exciting! I enjoyed watching it, and most of the people who work at Squad, speak English really well, especially the PR team!