Bush on the Blogosphere: "It’s Crazy Delicious"

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Memogate has helped accelerate the decline of the mainstream media, generally defined as CBS, NBC, ABC, The New York Times and other establishment news outlets.

“I think what’s healthy is that there’s no monopoly on the news,” Bush said. “There’s competition. There’s competition for the attention of, you know, 290 million people, or whatever it is.”

“And the amazing thing about this world we live in is that there’s a kind of free-flowing, kind of bulletin board of ideas and thoughts out there in the ether space, sometimes landing on somebody’s desk and sometimes not, but always available. It’s a very interesting period.”

Having long been pilloried by the mainstream media, Bush now finds the rise of the alternative media nothing less than revolutionary.

“It’s the beginning of the twenty-first century; it also happens to be the beginning of – or near the beginning – of a revolution in newsgathering and dissemination,” he said. “Not in newsmaking – that tends to be pretty consistent.”

Yes it’s painful to read, but the mainstream media has been mainstrumed into oblivity.

At least that’s what I’m misunderestimating.

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