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posted ago by portablespeaker +12 / -0

Media, Sports, Etc.

A conservative news station would have approximately 50% of the nation turning in. Forget any bias, just state the facts! You have that much viewership!

All sports are worthless beside the UFC so far. If UFC makes it into a "league" where fighters battle in season to get into the playoffs (PPV). There is such a huge sports gap waiting to be filled.

Those with more investors and connections should be able to see that but there is nothing.

I am going to try to make an entertainment/sports company because I see the demand

Media, Sports, Etc. A conservative news station would have approximately 50% of the nation turning in. Forget any bias, just state the facts! You have that much viewership! All sports are worthless beside the UFC so far. If UFC makes it into a "league" where fighters battle in season to get into the playoffs (PPV). There is such a huge sports gap waiting to be filled. Those with more investors and connections should be able to see that but there is nothing. I am going to try to make an entertainment/sports company because I see the demand
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DilatedPeoples 2 points ago +2 / -0

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Robbybobbyrobbob 1 point ago +1 / -0

The biggest problem is mega conglomerates control the airwaves (Comcast, Verizon, AT&T), mega conglomerate content producers (Disney, NBC (Comcast), Sony, Netflix (Run by Amazon under the covers), Amazon Prime, Apple) mega conglomerates control the web (Amazon, Google), the primary forms of modern communication are controlled by mega conglomerates (Facebook, Twitter).

And all of them have their hooks into lobbyists and levers of government. Not sure of the solution, but breaking up the monopolies would likely be a good start and forcing the digital landscape conglomerates to abide by free speech would be a start.