This relatively short piece on restaurant carry in Tennessee(by Steve Osunsami) was surprisingly unbiased. They actually interviewed a woman whose husband was gunned down in a restaurant who said she had no problem with carry in restaurants. They also mentioned that restaurant owners are filing a lawsuit against the state to have the law repealed, even though they are still free to prohibit guns from their establishments via signs.
The rest of the story was stock video footage of a gun range, gun store counter, and lamentations of "Dirty Harrys" wanting to shoot up the place. One of those protesting restaurant carry was a restaurant owner who said he believed in the Second Amendment, but that guns should be kept at home, because it's not worth the "1-2%" that might shoot someone