FD - Can we move on already

Brian Vita brian_vita@cssinc.com
Mon Mar 2 14:48:34 EST 2009


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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Laurence [mailto:marklaurence@mac.com]
> Sent: Monday, March 02, 2009 1:27 PM
> To: Bob Nelson
> Cc: brian_vita@cssinc.com; Boston Radio Group; Bill O'Neill
> Subject: Re: FD - Can we move on already
> On Monday, March 02, 2009, at 12:16PM, "Bob Nelson"
> <raccoonradio@gmail.com> wrote:
> >The day NPR gets conservative political talk (equal to liberal talk)
> >is the day we will indeed be fair and balanced :) Political talk that
> >attracts listeners and advertisers, not mandated
> >by Big Brother.
> I suppose if you include a smiley face, you can always say "Hey, just
> kidding!"
> But who exactly are these polemic liberals on NPR?  I'm not talking
> about some vague idea of how the stories are chosen or what points are
> emphasized in the news, I want to know who exactly on WBUR is the
> left's equivalent of Limbaugh?  Or Hannity?  Or Savage?  Or Severin?
> Or any of the other conservative talkers who forcefully advocate for
> their agenda every hour they're on the air?  Wherever you get the idea
> that "NPR" is some kind of equivalent to this, I just don't hear it.

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