Skip to comments.Question to Freeper Listeners of Talk Radio
Posted on 02/17/2014 10:37:47 AM PST by Yooperman
Do the owners of the Radio Networks control the content, of Talk Radio programs?
Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin and others avoid talking about Americas slide into Communism. Today Rush Limbaughs first hour and half was spent on insignificant crap like football bullying and interviews about an Olympian speed skater.
None will discuss the most serious problem in America that is the take over of the Government by communists. The problem has been implemented slowly for the past century.
The history of Communism and the implementation of it need to be talked about on a daily basis to educate the population that was indoctrinated in the Public Schools.
Entertainment pays the bills.
They talk about it all the time. Sometimes, they have to talk about other things or it gets repetitive.
You obviously don’t listen to Mark Levin. Please check your facts before you post such a stupid remark.
Rush openly admitted not being allowed to use the condom update on his NYC only show on WABC. Also, one of the NY talkers (Rush or Bob Grant) was asked by management to not use the word faggot. You can bet Rush was pressures after the Fluke thing.
Ratings in radio are taken on a quarter-hour basis.
There is a lot of incentive to throw something fresh up there every 15 minutes to keep the audience from tuning away.
They make their money based on ad sales, which are based on the ratings.
The need to attract an audience is job one.
Rush talks for 15 hours a week.
I don’t particularly like hearing about football, but in all honesty, he only spends about 10-15% of his time on non-political topics
It wasn’t the first half hour of Rush’s show today. It was the first hour and a half. He may still be talking about the “low information” stuff for all I know. I turned it off. You are mistaken about Levin, however. It’s all meat from the “get go.” I know this because I listen every day. Someone seems to have convinced Rush that this “low information” approach is the way to go. I don’t care about crying skiers or bullying football players. Although I like Hannity, the person, I have had my fill of Rinos (read Rove) so I don’t go there anymore.
Rush talks about ten hours a week. If that. The rest are ads and “news” breaks.
I did too. I went back and he ranted about the GOPe for a bit. Now he's just had some kid on to help advertise his books.
What WAS the point of the skier/football crap? I really have no clue what his point was.
What I don't understand is why they avoid calling the socialists/communist as such. The talk show hosts keep calling them democrats.-tom
I’m sure they talk about it, and no, it’s not a conspiracy. Smart entertainers like Limbaugh don’t want to flare out into the atmosphere like Beck, who isn’t quite as smart.
His daily dose of blackboard eventually turned off too many people.
ok...still the same percentage
Mark Levin is on Americas Slide Into Communism like white on rice
Being a fairly well rounded individual he also discusses other less weighty matters.
Hes in fact done a great deal to illustrate a method of STOPPING said slide
I only listen to Savage, never to the three waterboys: Golfbag, Groucho and wallbanger.
Corporations are controlled by their board of directors.
Under them are the top executives, who serve at the pleasure of the board.
Utimately the board sets corporate policy regarding show content, i.e., the overall strategy of the media company. The top execs are simply executing a strategy that is acceptable to the board of directors.
If they like Hannity’s show, they buy it, if not, they won’t. Etc.
Ergo, the media “personalities” are like a business; they develop content, in essence, a brand, like these shows, and try to sell it. Obviously, they need to take into account what the media companies want to buy.
We see some media companies airing content from the “left”, others from the “right”.
But guess what - all the key corporate executives and all the media companies themselves, whether “left” or “right”, are members of the Council on Foreign Relations, an organization founded by the financial elites, which purports to be concerned with promoting good international relations. Given this purpose, the only logical reason for media executives to belong to it is to receive their cues from CFR on how to shape their “news”.
Most of the top execs and company directors were educated in the same top few universities, or in universities that take their cues from those top universities. The university system we have today was endowed by and developed by the elite financial families.
All the media companies have to be concerned with their own corporate credit rating and their own status in the capital markets. When they need financing, they must go to the capital markets, which have been under control of the elite banking families since their inception.
Given the amount of control the financial elites have over the management ofmedia companies, they are pretty much geared towards simply delivering the messaging that financial elites want them to deliver.
Consequently, we can only conclude one thing. The elite families of finance want a “left” and a “right” political perspective for the sheeple to choose which “team” they support.
Never, ever, does either “left” or “right” media talk about the elite financial families and their subtle yet firm control of both Wall Street and politics.
Levin calls it “Statism”, which he thinks is a more accurate term for what they’re really up to. I agree with him.
I listen to Levin almost everyday. When has he used the words communist or communism? He uses the words like Statist, Utopian and Socialist, never communist.
You obviously don’t listen to talk radio.
The answer is that anti-communism was relentlessly and systematically stigmatized in American culture, public education and media since the end of the McCarthy era by witting and unwitting Soviet agents of influence.
Think about it. To talk about the threats of Communism is to instantly appear unhinged to the average American.
This subject needs to be addressed before discussions of Communism itself can be effective.
Rush talks about ten hours a week. If that.
Not too mention the stuff he repeats and repeats and his talk about how great he is.
When he expanded from two to three hours years ago, I was sure it was so he could continue to talk about himself for an hour yet still have a two hour show. Unfortunately the self-topic is mixed throughout and can’t be avoided if you want to hear something good.
Yeah, he shoots himself in the foot by including Levin in this. Every day, and I listen to Levin every day...he beats the drums about how this country has been degraded and ruined by the leftist gangster regime of obama. No one trumpets this louder, and with a more cogent, focused program to counteract the decay that’s in process.
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