The Mainstream Media is Dying
For the key 25- to 54-year-old demographic, from November 2012 to November 2013, CNN’s ratings for that demographic dropped by a staggering 59%, and MSNBC’s ratings for that demographic dropped by a staggering 52%!
Plus newspaper ad revenues are about a third of what they were back in the year 2000.
While some think that it’s because they haven’t “learned how to adjust to the internet”, the real reason is likely that people are waking up to the fact that they have been lied to and manipulated, and they are heartily sick of it.
Here’s one good example of how just a few people want to control how everyone thinks:
Here’s another crazy example that shows that one person is writing a lot of the news:
At this point, the charade is so out in the open that even reporters are talking about it. For example, former CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson says that the “influence on the media” by political and corporate interests is “unprecedented”…
“There is unprecedented, I believe, influence on the media, not just the news, but the images you see everywhere. By well-orchestrated and financed campaign of special interests, political interests and corporations. I think all of that comes into play.”
This following video is excellent. See why few people trust the mainstream media anymore:
Read more about the dying mainstream media at “The Economic Collapse“
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