posted on Aug, 22 2007 @ 02:41 AM
Originally posted by SonicInfinity
Instead of trying to compete with The Real News Network, maybe ATS can offer some of its opinions about UFOs, the Illuminati, etc., on
If they are really planning on a "Real News" network, then opinions are not what it needs.
We are all conditioned, even with knowledge that our media is slanted, to believe that whatever they say is half-truth. This is part of the media
game. The media plays off of the slant knowing full well that a large portion of the public is tranced by the game.
I also think that a "Real News" network, if it is possible, is actually going to become like other "reality" shows.
The first season will be semi-real. The second season will be semi-real. They will use data based off of the response from the first two seasons to
figure out how to create a "more real" experience. The third season will be partially planned, but everything will be real. After that, the
manipulation is set in. Now everyone will rely on the "Real News". In the mean time, they're fabricating fantastical things knowing that we'll
believe whatever we see or hear from them.
Not to say that is for sure, but it's easy to see by judging the history of the media today.
I'd be interested if anyone else has an idea of how "Real News" could evolve: for the better or worse.
Somehow, the movie "Good Morning, Vietnam" just flashed through my head.