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November 12 at 8:30am

The State Of Media

By Ted Hope

Why doesn’t MTV play music videos anymore?  True…

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  1. Nick Savides / Nov 12 at 8:30am

    Ironic isn’t it, that pop culture’s enthusiasm for piracy has helped to cannibalize the viability of that very pop culture, at least in its most ambitious and substantial varieties. Then again, the studios did crank out a lot of films that made stealing look really cool.

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