Thursday, April 29, 2004

The proof is in the pudding.

Media Consolidation is an ugly thing. And when the owners of the media decide to censor the news, it is time to make a change. Tomorrow night on Nightline, Ted Koppel is going to read off the names of our dead soldiers in Iraq. A group of TV stations owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group will not air the broadcast calling it propaganda.

Sinclair has donated $200,000 to the RNC. Sinclair says the Nightline episode is just trying to turn the public against the war in Iraq. The propaganda part is where the Bush Administration has been trying to hide the deaths in Iraq from the American Public. How many casualties have there been? They won't tell you.

Sinclair owns 62 TV stations. In many of the markets they are in, they own two or more of the major TV stations.
For more: //msnbc.msn.com/id/4864247/
And http://www.dailykos.com/

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