Thursday, May 04, 2006

There is still such a thing as good journalism

I already mentioned the May 3, 2006 LA Times "Critic's Notebook" article by Paul Brownfield, but he deserves mention again. His take on coverage of the May 1 demonstrations was a breath of fresh air. On May 2, Martin Miller and Maria Elena Fernandez also wrote on media coverage ("Immigrant story takes precedence"). For the present, both articles may be read online via calendarlive.com.

Ah, for the good old days when activists used to misguidedly attack the transmission towers of PG & E! Say, boys, for good old times' sake, take KFI down, would you?

Taking stock of the number of racist, homophobic, sexist, xenophobic --oh, let's just call it plain ol' stupid-- comments KFI has aired, the FCC should have fined them enough by now to fund all the cuts to social programs cut in the federal budget. It would be a good deal more satsifying and empowering were we to shut KFI down via the legal channels... like that's gonna happen during this administration...

Every time 'John and Ken' open their mouths it's a wardrobe malfunction. What's up with those two anyway? Are they secretly closeted gay Republican lovers?

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1 comment:

Miamista said...

Funny how and who the FCC regulates and how and who it doesn't. I wonder how Powell felt selling his sold? Probably just like his daddy.