media is ‘without a doubt’ dated #diary

No wonder younger people aren’t watching television anymore or subscribing to entertainment channels. It is the same old faces going round and round again. There’s so much young and vibrant talent out there that need the platform. More so the platform needs them! I read such amazing blogs and then look at what is available commercially and there’s just no comparison to the utter rubbish for which we seem to have little control.

Then there’s those over exposed famous prats who use their position or influence to scour blogs and other online resources to fabricate material (without due permission) within their own. Never giving honest credit to the real source. Where’s the job satisfaction in that? I suppose the money they make. Just makes it all even more unbearable for the amazing artists out there who really are so much more gifted.

One day I believe this will change and become more vetted. But for now I suppose society just has to swallow it. It is a pity the major channels and publishers cannot see this. They’re losing out. Media is faded, dated and repetitive. Most of the people I know listen to music as opposed to switching on the TV. Far less biased and much more freedom.

The 80s vibe is a novelty for those who cannot remember it. But I was there and I am sick of seeing the same old muppets banging on about the same old shit. No wonder so many of them feel they have to take what others are creating. But what a mess they get away with it. TBH©

2 thoughts on “media is ‘without a doubt’ dated #diary

  1. Good point Tiffany. I’m loosing faith with the news channels too. Not because of the old, tired saw that they are biased, that one is as old as the hills. No, it’s fact they have dumbed down, like they think we all need to have things explained in simple ways with lotas pictures either speedy or sslo-mmo and hyper-active shinny presenters.
    I remember the 80s well, they were grim hard times for many people who were trampled by the insensitive get-rich folk and the slaughter in Northern Ireland went on. Yet a while ago before I ditched buying it a columnist in The Radio Times wrote she didn’t understand why people complained about the 80s, she remembered having a lovely time. Vacuous.
    So the new generation will ditch the old generation’s ways and hopefully the inane celebrity culture will go with it (I mean, some guy gets to be famous because he bakes cakes, or another rides around in fast cars…….honestly!)

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