Glenn Greenwald Celebrates the Collapse of Corporate Media Which Has Lied Its Way Out of Existence
This is a long article but worth a read. And it is some needed good news for a change. Gives hope. The despicable presstitutes have killed themselves off.
Massive Media Layoffs Expose Collapse in Public Trust
“Good evening. It’s Thursday, January 25.
“Tonight: it is not an exaggeration to say that major parts of the liberal corporate media are now in complete freefall. Just in the past few weeks, some of the most recognizable media brands have suffered massive layoffs or even been brought to the brink of extinction, including the Los Angeles Times, Time Magazine, NBC News, Sports Illustrated, National Geographic, and Business Insider. BuzzFeed, months ago, completely abolished its news division. Just this week, the L.A. Times laid off 25% of its already decimated newsroom in just one day, just months after it laid off 13% of its workforce. It is hard to put into words just how extreme and complete is the implosion of Brooklyn-based liberal digital media over the last several years.
“Mr. Bezos hasn’t fared much better at The Washington Post. Like many news organizations, The Post has struggled to hold on to the momentum that it had gained in the wake of the 2020 election. Sagging subscriptions and advertising revenue led to losses of about $100 million last year. At the end of the year, the company eliminated 240 of its jobs.
“And we’ve recently shown you polls that the only people who have faith and trust in almost every majo
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