limited airwaves and a dispersed public
This is a beautiful piece.
Cristina Loughrey

I think it’s actually the opposite thing that has created this. Less limited airwaves. When you did have limited airwaves everyone would get the same news, and in some way it would at least look at different sides, or be a little centrist. Having unlimited “airwaves” has allowed people to fall into echo chambers of their choosing.

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