Sinclair Broadcast Group
Free-to-the-home television in America, one of the nation’s most heavily regulated industries, is in a fight for its life.
"I’ve been hanging out getting ready to ram a hot poker up David Hogg’s ass tomorrow," Allman wrote on Twitter.
Sinclair Broadcast Group has come under fire for having its anchors read out conservative messaging.
The concept of free will has little part in any of our national conversations these days.
It was once the case that most stations were local, independently owned businesses. But during the 1970s, these individual stations started to be absorbed by station groups.
The candidate said her donors' contributions “will never be used to enrich these chilling right-wing efforts."
"I feel for my former colleagues being forced to read this garbage."
After airing a segment on the so-called deep state, the media giant required anchors to read a script lamenting fake news stories.
A merged company could face regulatory challenges which could result in divestitures.