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The folks at the FCC are trying to back door the misnamed fairness doctrine with local boards composed of 'community activists,' who'll meet, like mini politburos, to decide what is and is not fair. They are also trying to shorten the length of licenses, so the brownshirts can get dissenting voices off the air faster.
And if that happens it will be real interesting to see what they consider the "community".
Although I haven't seen detailed demographics, my guess would be that most markets have a station that is located within the nearest large city, but the listeners to conservative talk radio are probably mostly in the suburbs and rural areas around that city.
So who is that station supposed to serve? The members of the city, the entire listening area, or the people that actually listen to the radio? The free market would say the latter because they are going to cater to the people that listen to the radio.