posted on Apr, 8 2012 @ 07:47 PM
reply to post by Droidinvoid
I find that TV channels, like all brands have a preconceived social stigma behind them.
People will buy or watch the brand they feel best suits their personality, and in many cases to make that personality physically visible to others.
Often times this can be a subconscious decision, but let me assure you it does happen and with a vast majority of the population.
While BBC for example might appeal to people who consider themselves sensible minded and proper.
SKY might appeal to someone who likes news but doesn't want to seem to interested.
(Just examples but the reality wouldn't be much more complicated)
Might seem stupid but it is how all other brands work and a TV channel or news program is no different.
So in summary if you are still following me, it doesnt matter what the content is just how people percieve the channel.
Which ultimately works in tptb favor for manipulating public opinion, all people get the same information while appearing to be different.
Sort of a masked unity.
If you look at state run media in a communist country for example there is one station and therefore it is obviously misleading.
The west has developed a smart way of brainwashing its people by making it appear there is difference when fundamentally its all the same.
You can see this technique all through western society such as the voting system where we vote between two people almost exactly the same, but both
appeal to a different type of person.
edit on 8-4-2012 by IgnorantSpecies because: (no reason given)