posted on Jul, 4 2012 @ 10:40 PM
The popularity of foreign government financed media in the U.S., such as RussiaToday (RF), PressTV (Iran) and The 4th Media (China), has been on the
rise. I'm frankly surprised none of these countries started domestic media outlets sooner, to counter VoA and Radio Liberty.
None of them really seem to break news, just repackage and re-prioritize it to put additional emphasis on underreported stories that - while carried
by the MSM - get shuffled to the back pages. An exception seems to be The 4th Media which feeds on conspiracy.
Do you generally view outlets like this as credible, more credible, or less credible than the MSM? As more credible, less credible or as credible as
domestic alt media?
edit on 4-7-2012 by Castillo because: (no reason given)