From my Cousin Michael in sunny, crispy, Southern California:
KTLA is a TV station. There’s no KTLA radio, so they’re off the hook.
That leaves us with three points here.
- The days of Edward R. Murrow are over
- Some listeners perceive news anchors as announcers – people who read and add no expertise to the situation.
- Some radio station needs a better name recognition campaign
As with Major League Baseball, is it possible we’ve expanded media to the point we’re thinned the herd a little too much?