04 April 2018

The Actual Problem

The problem isn't that the owner of a television station had his anchors read a prepared statement.

It's not even a problem that 193 stations over 614 channels in 89 US markets did it.

The problem is a single entity can own 193 stations over 614 channels in 89 US markets.

We're not getting 193 different views.  We're getting a single view spread widely and loudly.

Notice how divergent the noise is from blogs who agree on principles and positions.

That's because every blog is, in essence, independently owned and operated, with no corporate master to answer to.

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