I’ve always thought that newspaper publishers made a terrible mistake when they voluntarily sold or traded their local radio and TV operations back in the 1970s.
The theory, of course, advanced by liberals was that the ownership of a radio or TV station by a newspaper created some sort of a monopoly. Except in perhaps the smallest markets, it did no such thing — at least on the broadcasting side of the business.
What it did do, however, was create a way to constantly imprint the newspaper brand into
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