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  •  So does their Station Management. (2+ / 0-)
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    If you still hear stations promoting Limbaugh on the air, as KOA in Denvar does ("home of the Buffs and Rush Limbaugh"), that indicates that station management thinks he is helping them reach the station's target audience.
    Station Management doesn't make that choice anymore. Clear Channel does.

    They demand cookie cutter--hence, all the bumpers of "Home of The (Sports Team Name) and Rush Limbaugh!". It's a requirement.

    The only "target demographic" here is a gullible uneducated one. That's what Clear Channel's goal is. Corporate hegemony driving hate, racism, sexism and bigotry at a loud enough volume to convince the uneducated to hate on those who doesn't like Their Personal Hero.

    Divide and conquer is the goal here. Where've you been?

    It is time to #Occupy Media.

    by lunachickie on Sun Feb 17, 2013 at 07:24:21 AM PST

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    •  No, that's not right (0+ / 0-)

      Both Clear Channel and the stations who pay it for the rights to broadcast Limbaugh's show are for-profit businesses. They don't care about hate, bigotry, or whatever except as a means to an end, and that end is profit. If Limbaugh's show ever ceases to bring in advertising money, it will be dropped, as Clear Channel's Boston station dropped it last year.

      •  Sadly, it really is right (0+ / 0-)

        Sure they care about hate and bigotry--if it profits for them, that's a bonus, you see. The idea is to divide and conquer.

        There's a means to an end, though, I will grant you that. I think we just disagree on what that is. IMO, it's called Rush Limbaugh. As long as he remains divisive, Clear Channel will keep him on the air.

        If Limbaugh's show ever ceases to bring in advertising money, it will be dropped, as Clear Channel's Boston station dropped it last year.
        So you're saying Rush isn't anywhere to be had on the Boston area airwaves, then? Because Clear Channel owns way more than one outlet. There and everywhere else...

        It is time to #Occupy Media.

        by lunachickie on Sun Feb 17, 2013 at 04:06:24 PM PST

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