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CBS, NBC, ABC To Be Slammed By More Than 100 Protests

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American taxpayers are planning to storm more than 100 mainstream media offices and stations across the nation next week in protest of a media blackout of the growing movement against Obama administration policies.

Following sparse coverage of a massive 9/12 march on Washington, talk show host Rush Limbaugh urged citizens to bring their protests to the front doors of major media outlets.

"The media [are] no longer reporters. They are repeaters," Limbaugh said on his Sept. 14 show. "There have been hundreds and thousands of protests by conservative groups that haven't been covered, and tiny turnouts by the Left that are covered."

He suggested citizens host tea parties "on or next to the properties housing the TV networks."

"Dare them to cover what's right under their noses!" he said.

Limbaugh suggested leaders of the media rallies present a list of grievances to each individual station.

"Make the challenges substantive and adult and challenge their journalistic ethics," he said. "... I want this all to happen spontaneously."

Now, a group unaffiliated with Limbaugh is preparing to do just that.

"Operation: Can You Hear Us Now?" is planning more than 100 media protests across the nation next week. Nearly 7,500 fans have flocked to a Facebook page for the event.

2 Comments in Response to

Comment by Lola Flores
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 Is there a difference between these entities?

Comment by Powell Gammill
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I should tell you that there is an agreement in Arizona between the local network affiliates NOT to cover protests at their facilities amongst themselves.  

This came to light in 2006(?) when Sheriff Richard Mack was running for governor and CBS affiliate KPHO was the site of a gubernatorial "debate" in which he was not invited.   We had quite a lot of protestors present and not a peep from the local news.  Our friends inside the industry explained the agreement to us. 

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