T Marc Wilson
NPR is corporate.
They are what a human resources department would sound like if they had a radio station.
You could call that left-wing if you like. I see corporate.
Show me Anarchist left-wing radio that matches any local right wing talk radio station.
They exist, and I’ve heard them but I don’t think you’ll find any.
But you can easily find right-wing talk-radio in every city in the country.
They all use the same talking points with different voices.
Thousands of radio stations.
You want to take away all that power with one NPR?
Can you honestly say that it has influence?
A book review? Tame news segments where everything is just okay your average Bob and Joe in the morning show has far more influence directly.