Wouldn't it be nice if the media in America went to work for the american public instead of corporate America = and the government.
Well, corporations own the media. I can't imagine expecting them to work for me. I think it would be nice if people starting thinking for themselves and weren't so easily led.
I find it interesting that news channels all go to commercials at the same time . The same basic subjects are covered over and over again, Beating dead horses over and over instead of real news articles.
They are in it to make a profit. That's called free enterprise. Are you advocating a government takeover of the media? Legislation to control the entertainment industry? That is what tv news is. Entertainment. It's all about the ratings.
Edit; it just occurred to me. You might want to start listening to NPR. They actually present real news. You should check it out.
NPR is a joke , I dislike it that mainstream media is too cozy with corporate-Government interests , and less cocerned with free speech and a real
sense of voicing freedoms true vigilance. I believe NPR is so focused on the rest of the world to care iota one about this nation. And believe me , I have spent too much time listening to NPR. They have a major focus on two entities in the mideast ...Palestine and the Jewish conflict. I listen to all sides of media and make up my own mind on issues!NPR is a waste of time!
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