Monday, October 10, 2005
Who Decides What You Read?
Why, you do, of course. Right? But who decides what information you have access to? Apparently, WE do--us Red-Staters. (I've come to accept, if not embrace, my own cat-at-a-dog-show status.) A million thanks to Pia Savage for the heads-up on this article by Elizabeth Spiers from mediabistro.com (may require free registration) today, Unwitting Media Mega-Players and the Red State Consumers Who Support Them. The subtitle is "Why media consumption in suburban Arkansas is increasingly more important than media consumption in the big city." If you're local, it probably won't tell you anything you don't already know, but I bet it will show you things you might not have thought about before. Now go. Read. No matter where you're from, or which way you lean.