The Joys of Supercapitalism, Part 1: Corporate Radio
Posted by Socrates in Big Business, capitalism, jewed culture, music, plutocracy, radio, Socrates, supercapitalism at 3:22 pm | Permanent Link
Bye-bye, local media. Hello, “nationwide,” east coast programming. Supercapitalism sucks. One example: “corporate radio,” in which local radio disk jockeys can no longer play the music that they wish, because their radio stations – thanks largely to the Telecommunications Act of 1996 – are no longer locally owned and operated. Instead, they’re owned and operated by a few big corporations, which own dozens of radio stations each. The local DJs must play music from a list of songs drawn up by (no doubt) some Jewish executive in New Yawk City.