Obama Administration’s Plan to Study Newsrooms Is Drawing Plenty of Public Opposition
There are 3 comments on the Free Republic story from Feb 19, 2014, titled Obama Administration’s Plan to Study Newsrooms Is Drawing Plenty of Public Opposition. In it, Free Republic reports that:A plan by the Federal Communications Commission to study how news organizations select stories has prompted about 10,000 people to sign a petition saying 'no government monitors in newsrooms.'
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#1 Feb 20, 2014
What possibly could go wrong?
Intimidation, manipulation, propaganda, censorship, prejudicial and/or unduly influenced reporting.
What possibly could go wrong?.........
#2 Feb 20, 2014
It seems like Fox News is the only media making a big deal about this...
Fox "Fair and Balance", I don't think so...they are nothing but a bunch of cry babies.
#3 Feb 20, 2014
Public good, agenda or no bid contracts, awards and grants.
Apparently no bid contracts and the money that goes along with "studies" awarded to the University of Southern California and this Social Solutions International.
With the Emergency Broadcast system, C-Span, public service announcements and a supposedly regulated internet that will benefit the public why is it again why private news and commentary optional to view and buy needs to be micro managed again?
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