I watched the Weather Channel a fair amount in its early days as I find weather in general interesting, but little in recent years. Browsed there a bit ago to get the latest local forecast and lo and behold three of the four meterologists on-set were of the Magical Race, the one that's just over one-tenth of the population. It's nothing short of astounding the way the black presence on TV has been ratcheted up in the past few years, from it's long-standing extreme over-representation, to an off the charts omnipresence. In "real life" I would be shocked if the percentage of black U.S. meterologists is anything but less than their proportion of the general population. But in the cultural communist run "mainstream" media, blacks are most of those seen in prestigious jobs and positions, and in general now seem to comprise a majority of people seen overall in advertising (every commercial must have a black, but it's perfectly fine to have all black casts in others) and as anchors and reporters for many shows. Additionally, most "non-fictional" TV content is now centered around the "black experience" -- the lives of blacks, the ongoing "oppression" of blacks, the "first black" this and that, ad infinitum. The Caste System in sports of extremist black over-representation has spread from the field of play to reporters, announcers, and coaches, and from there is spreading to everything else that is presented to the masses on television. But no one is supposed to say anything about this highly racist construct, because to do so results in the observer himself being branded as the one who's "racist" for mentioning its existence.