In light of all this, it's hard to blame them for not leaving.
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Earlier this year, Free Press, Common Cause, Communications Workers of America and the United Church of Christ sued the FCC over rule changes they said disproportionately favor broadcasters, in particular Sinclair. We are extremely proud of the quality, balanced journalism that KOMO News produces.
After the anchors introduce themselves and express their commitment to covering their respective communities, they go on to say they are "concerned about the troubling trend of irresponsible, one-sided news stories plaguing our country". Livingston said that the news anchor script is "a warning about fake news circulating on social media". "More alarming, some media outlets are publishing these same fake stories without checking facts first". "This is extremely unsafe to a democracy", the anchors say. "We seek the truth and strive to be fair". We value your comments.
So, while reading a suspiciously pro-Trump-sounding script attacking national media outlets might not be the best way to combat bias, it seems that a majority of Americans agree that "fake news" is a problem.
President Trump loved the Sinclair script, which echoes Trump's frequent complaints about the media spreading "fake news" stories. That's correct - because viewers would have assumed that it was aimed at Fox News, a left-wing enemy. Oliver highlighted Sinclair's "must runs" Sunday, including a story about the "Deep State", a popular conspiracy theory on the right, allegedly working to undermine President Trump.
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Sinclair owns 285 television stations, according to the site RabbitEars.info, affiliated with each of the four major networks. But that approval has taken longer than many anticipated. Epsheteyn commentaries are generally favorable to Trump and his policies, as with his commentary - which aired Sunday during the KATU morning news - about the trade deal between the USA and South Korea "is a win" for American businesses and "our economy", not the start of a trade war.
You might likewise think that the outsized left-wing outrage over this is also aimed at influencing the regulatory process.
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The Sinclair Broadcast Group propaganda machine is at it again. Timothy Burke, a video editor at Deadspin, said he read a CNN story last month about the script being sent to local stations and contacted a media monitoring service to collect examples of the statement being read on the air. "At my station, everyone was uncomfortable doing it", one anchor told CNN.
If Sinclair had offered the affiliates a pre-packaged clip of someone from headquarters delivering the speech, their problem here would have been partially solved. These MUST Run. If they do not, my job is on the line.
Many consumers want only news that confirms what they want to believe.
An all-newsroom email from one station news director read: "Let me be absolutely clear here..."
The employees said they felt they needed to speak anonymously because they were anxious they could lose their jobs if identified. One anchor from a Sinclair-owned station told CNN that they felt like "a POW recording a message".
The controversy comes at a critical time for Sinclair. "They may be in over their heads". A multitude of voices, each their own.
Though there are no local Philadelphia news broadcasts functioning under Sinclair, there are a number of Pennsylvania-based stations where you might be hearing this promo soon - or already have.
Among the anchors who read the message were Alison Bologna and Frank Coletta of WJAR-TV in Providence.