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Wisconsin Media Watch

Thanks to Hannipocrisy, we now have an online space to keep track of Wisconsin media manipulation:


From this site:

"This is a Wisconsin-centric tool for sharing something heard on the radio, saw on TV or read on the internet. No registration is required.

It allows real people like you to document, timestamp and 'publish' examples of propaganda [which is actually prohibited in the US] as well as excessive bias, public manipulation and many other violations of advertising or electioneering statutes or inadequate representation of the community being served.

A running record will be created and archived for web searches and to share during the crucial one-year public commentary period before a station's FCC license is renewed. Despite the autonomy broadcasters (right and left) love to exploit, their exclusive license to use a particular radio or TV frequency and station call letters comes with a duty to act as a "trustee" of public airwaves, broadcasting in the public's interest. To prevent partisanship of licensing decisions, a one-year public comment period was established for 8 year renewals."