Quote Originally Posted by intelligentjetsfan View Post
You would think someone who is as intelligent as you think you are would understand how this could cause issues within a media market.
Can you give us an example of a market today that has fewer media options now, than it had in say, 1950?

And then, can you provide a specific example of how the reduced media options in that market caused some tangible, real-world fact based harm?

I think rather than discuss theoreticals, lets discuss real events. Surely if the harm you think possible is real, you have an example at hand. Once you post it, we can better discuss the topic I'd think.