Apparently, in Right-Wing Billionaire World, two television networks (FNC and FBN) devoted to promoting conservative causes is not a big enough thumb on the scale of democracy.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow took a shot directly across the bow at her colleague Chuck Todd and his fellow Sunday bobble head show hosts for allowing Republicans to dominate our airways.
"Thom Hartmann begins a conversation about how greed has destroyed the American economy."
If anyone would like a prime example of just what's wrong with cable "news" in this era of media consolidation, you're looking at it right here.
Charles Krauthammer doesn't want the FCC taking a look at the way Fox conducts business.
Senator Al Franken says this merger is going "exactly in the wrong direction."
You've just got to love the right wing propagandists over at Fox, like Bill O'Reilly, having the nerve to be screeching about Al Gore and his business partners' decision to sell Current TV to Al Jazeera. Here's more from Mediaite on Bill-O's rant
On CNN's Reliable Sources this Sunday, Howard Kurtz did a segment focusing on whether the pundits out there in the media who were telling everyone it would be a Romney blowout, should pay a price for being continually wrong with their predictions. I
While I'd be more than happy to see the electoral college go by the wayside and candidates have to campaign in all fifty states instead of only focusing on a few swing states, I'm already really tired of hearing the talking heads in the media talk
Free Press is taking action and raising awareness about the growing problem of local news consolidation, where local news on separate networks is being produced more and more often by the same news team and crew, narrowing down the options given
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