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Subject:  News? Date:  6/21/2021  5:36 AM
Author:  tim443 Number:  96150 of 97782

Chatting on Email last night and was basically told that most (all?) US news is politically slanted? Really must be hard to find out what's happening out there?

I suppose our "News" guys must do some of that as well be we have these people who bark in their ears very loudly and publicly if they step over the line.

We at one time had a government agency that did it but they thought they could do a better job?

Media such as Radio and TV is regulated by CRTC but I think they are more concerned with Canadian content.

I'm guessing that wouldn't work south of the border? 🙀

Tim

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