Friday, April 12, 2019

NPR: less boring but more rightwing?; Sheldon S., CC Liu, Seth Auberon, Crystal Quintero, Wisdom QuarterlyNPR logo

I like NPR. - Me, too. - Good work PR.
As the middle drifts to the right because the right moves to the extreme right, does it seem that NPR gladly follows? Its "commercials" are not commercials, but "sponsored messages" NPR gets paid to air, commercial-messages from donors and big-money sponsors. Making money hand over fist with corporate sponsors (big pharma, banks, any polluter with deep pockets) and still begging for donations to live lavishly supporting the status quo. Socially liberal, fiscally conservative. Hmm. Here's a sample of what NPR (National Public Radio or National Public Relations, low level propaganda). Feel free to decide. And remember to donate! As real free speech radio starves to death, one day NPR will be the only alternative to commercial radio.

Malte Mueller/Getty Images/fStop

Keeping It Civil: How To Talk Politics Without Letting Things Turn Ugly

more from

No comments: