Jul 3 Posted 2 years ago
A good post. I think there's a difference between a brand that sponsors a particular venture and that doesn't interfere too much in the way of its content and businesses in which its writers are really just propaganda tools.
It would be foolish to pretend that there was some golden age in which people could write from a non partisan point of view and still get paid handsomly and it is true that many journalists today are more in the PR vicinity. However, it is also true (as you've hinted) that the most irreverent and truthful show on Sky was once also the most popular - The Simpsons.
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