End of Fox TV is Beginning of End of Television

Discussion in 'Happy Hour' started by Ambrose, May 25, 2017.

  1. Ambrose

    Ambrose Master

    Feb 23, 2013
    New York
    "Advertisers" withdrew dollars from Fox's number one show Bill O'reilly; just like that O'reilly went on vacation and disappears from television forever. "Advertisers" start to "boycott" Sean Hannity; just like that Hannity is on vacation and may be the next to disappear.

    As recently as a few months ago, ratings were mostly all that mattered to advertisers. Either the convergence of consumer product companies has come to the point where a few holding companies have ownership and control over where most advertising dollars are spent, or, the new Fox owners are sabotaging their own once most popular show hosts to change the message and character of Fox forever. Suspect a combination of both.

    What is commonly called the conservative or right wing point of view of America is now all but gone from television. It has been pushed out by the warmongering money controllers of American business. That push has forced out from public vision the voice and opinions of more than two thirds of Americans (200 million at least).

    At a time when new mediums are overwhelming television, at a time when television viewing is collapsing, taking out the content that appeals to the greatest potential viewers can not improve television viewing. The destruction of Fox TV will induce acceleration of the end of television as we knew it.

    Children are not watching television unless their parents want them to, teenagers think it is old and worthless, men and women 20-55 use their phones or laptops for information and entertainment -let alone plan their lives around it like a generation past. How thick are your local newspapers today? Most newspapers are 1/3 -1/4 the size they used to be. Newspapers are but gone. With Fox forcing out the last of the few attractions, T.V. is next.
  2. Thrashen

    Thrashen Hall of Famer

    Jun 4, 2007
    I've never cared much for Sean "The Zionist" Hannity, but he's one of the few NeoCons who came from very humble beginnings. He deserves plenty of credit for being the only member of the mainstream media who had unyielding support for Trump (before DJT betrayed us, that is), a candidate he supported from Day #1. If Trump would've lost, Sean would've looked like a total fool. Instead, he came off looking like a clairvoyant genius.

    Anyway, the Fox News show "Hannity" was just on TV last night at 10 PM and Sean is now on vacation for Memorial Day weekend, as he is every year...


    A statement from Fox: “Like the rest of the country, Sean Hannity is taking a vacation for Memorial Day weekend and will be back on Tuesday. Those who suggest otherwise are going to look foolish.”

    I think he'll stop pushing the Seth Rich murder story (until there is some proof) and it'll save his job. The fact that (((they))) want Sean to never mention this story again likely means that the DNC really did have Rich killed...


    Over the past month or so, I've noticed that Hannity's "opening monologue" segment has been particularly vicious towards the (((media))). The only term omitted from his anti-MSM rants that separate him from Alt-Right commentators is "Jewish."

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