AYYYEEEEE! #Repost @iamcardib
Soo dope !!! Billboards say it’s History not me 🤷🏽♀️🤷🏽♀️😊😊😊Lets get Motorsport & No Limit on the top HOT 100 along with BODAK YELLOW !!! And thank you everybody for showing love.Its all cause of you ...My single on the way !!! #music#lit#cardib#hiphop#djgeea#milwaukee#instagood
WTH! This is my first time hearing anything about this! 😳SMH! #radio#FCC#crazy#woke#really#djgeea#instagood#payattention#Repost @cherrellrene
Are you paying attn #RepostSave @tattle_tailzz with @repostsaveapp ・・・ 🤷🏽♀️😱👀🗣 Federal regulators have voted to eliminate a long-standing rule covering radio and television stations, in a move that could ultimately reshape America's media landscape.
The regulation, which was first adopted almost 80 years ago, requires broadcasters to have a physical studio in or near the areas where they have a license to transmit TV or radio signals. Known as the "main studio rule," the regulation ensured that residents of a community could have a say in their local broadcast station's operations.
Tuesday's vote by the Federal Communications Commission lifts that requirement. With the rise of social media, the agency said, consumers now have other ways to get in touch with their local broadcasters. "Additionally, technology allows broadcast stations to produce local news even without a nearby studio," said FCC Chairman Ajit Pai.
But that same technological capability could prompt large media titans to take over small, local TV and radio stations, turning them into megaphones blasting content developed for a national audience rather than a local one, according to critics. "At a time when broadcast conglomerates like Sinclair are gobbling up more stations," the consumer advocacy group Free Press said in a regulatory filing on the matter in July, "the Commission's proposal would allow these conglomerates to move even more resources away from struggling communities and further centralize broadcasting facilities and staff in wealthier metropolitan areas." Sinclair, the right-wing broadcaster, is currently trying to buy up Tribune Media in a $3.9 billion deal. The consolidation of the media industry has become a political flashpoint amid wider concerns about fake news and the polarization of news consumption. Even some conservatives have opposed the merger, on the grounds that it could limit the number of voices on the airwaves. Read more in comments #media#edwardrmurrow#fakenews#journalist#fcc#goodnightandgoodluck
THIS IS WHST IM TALKING ABOUT! - #Repost @theshaderoom
TSRStaff: Thembi ( @ThembiTV_ ) 🎥: @simsstrong
Listen--If I had this growing up, my mother wouldn't pop me every time I knew the lyrics to a rap song better than I knew my maths homework.
We spoke with Terrance Sims, the teacher behind all of this #BlackGirlMagic and he spilled some tea on how this song all came about.
"I use hip-hop to engage my students academically," he said. "This song originally was to get our new 6th graders pumped for the new year and it kept picking up steam to be what it is right now. We will continue making videos using hip hop to encourage academic achievement," he added.
Are y'all here for this #Roommates ?? #milwaukee#dj#djgeea#coredjs#lit#motivate#mp3waxx#videooftheday#instagood