Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Ever wonder why 91% of talk radio is conservative?

No, it is not because the market demands conservative talkers. It turns out that "the gap between conservative and progressive talk radio is the result of multiple structural problems in the U.S. regulatory system, particularly the complete breakdown of the public trustee concept of broadcast, the elimination of clear public interest requirements for broadcasting, and the relaxation of ownership rules including the requirement of local participation in management."

Read the report here.

Thanks to this post from Think Progress.

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