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Podcast for 23 April 2017
« on: April 23, 2017, 06:00:04 PM »


Co-Host: Chris Hangartner

News of the Bogus:
22:00 - Biggest Bogon Emitter: Julie Bindel https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/3341997/doctor-who-feminist-campaigner-gay-assistant-bill-potts-girl-on-girl-titillation-male-viewers/

28:20 - Idiot Extraordinaire: Burger King https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2017/04/google-burger-king-feud-over-control-of-the-google-assistant/
This Week's Quote: "Journalists should be watchdogs, not lapdogs." —Newton Lee


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Re: Podcast for 23 April 2017
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2017, 12:07:23 PM »
The WWI soccer game in No-Man's Land was between the British and German front line troops on Christmas of 1914.  High Command was not pleased, to say the least.

Don't forget, Julie Bindle openly advocates murdering people like Luke Harwood (who's killers were all put away for lengthy prison terms, which does precious little for him or his wife and child).  Put her in the same classification as Antifa members (violent thugs to be treated as likely to attack at any moment for no reason) and treat accordingly.

Newspapers began going downhill (and fast) as soon as ad revenues exceed newspaper sales revenues.  Once that happened, it became more important to not offend advertisers than to give readers the information and analysis they wanted (which, by the way, was as biased as anything we see in the New Media today).  With newspapers becoming bland and uniform to appeal to the advertisers, cities like New York, that once supported dozens of different papers, which might bring out a dozen editions in a day for fast-moving stories, now support only a very few, and never do special editions, despite massive increases in population.

The best thing about the current set up is you can go directly to the consumers of your material and solicit donations from them, and ignore things like YouTube monetization.

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Re: Podcast for 23 April 2017
« Reply #2 on: April 25, 2017, 11:08:11 AM »
YouTube does give you an alternative for monetization with YouTube Red. If you're a YouTube Red user, then you don't get ads and the channel gets the appropriate portion of the money you pay. But a channel creator can also make a video EXCLUSIVELY for YouTube Red members. That might be an idea for the future when there's a lot more of them, but right now I get so little monetization from Red members it wouldn't be worth it.