Friday, February 15, 2008


We got this message from someone whom we won't name.

"This is a most useful contribution to the scrutiny of local media.
Though at times we may not all agree with your reviews the comments do help to identify some critical areas requiring improvements.
It is also important to point up more of the good elements as well."

We give praise where praise is due.
But part of the reason we scrutinize is that it's clear that some of what gets on the air does so without proper scrutiny from the higher-ups, so there are a lot of people walking around out there in the media industry who think they are doing so well, when in fact they aren't and no one has the cahones to tell them that to their faces and make them do things the right way.
How else can we expect change and improvement to come?