Hannity, Beck, Liimbaugh, Savage, Levin. Maybe some of the others mentioned at this link are also somewhat aligned, in terms of philosophy of government, with those five.
on this group of radio stations:
So, this company is the single largest radio station group owner in the US and is providing a platform for these folks, and those five and others are part of the reason so many Americans are confused on important issues.
I live in a somewhat rural area in Arizona, and we don't get that many conventional airwave radio stations as we drive along. Most of what I hear is even further narrowed to those five above. So, I'm wondering if the limited airwave aspect could be impacting how the vote is splitting along rural lines in the US.
I'd like to see some enlightened people counter this toxic stream of thinking these five and others are spewing by putting better voices of reason on the radio, over the next few months, and beyond.
Another thing to consider here is that I heart media had its own share of financial issues including some sort of bankruptcy proceedings. I don’t know if this related a lot to their talk radio aspec, but if a goal here is to ask if there is some realistic way in which the toxic airwaves throughout the us can be addressed then it may be useful to know if the toxic part is not fully always paying its own keep
It has been attempted before.
Liberal to Democratic Socialist level Progressive stations have formed but tend to lose their audience by spending a lot of in depth time on local issues while the Sith stations just keep repeating the same old baseless lies that Joe and Jane average just assume there's at least some truth to.
There isn't and never was truth to any of it.
Meanwhile in the next hour we'll be talking about the pine borer epidemic in the pine forest around big bear.