Wednesday, October 29, 2014

KETV will pocket almost $57 a second for letting Lee Terry trash talk Brad Ashford on your airwaves during Saturday's NU game

Less agency commission, of course. Mudslinging has been very, very good to local TV stations, which now report HOW good due to new FCC regulations. (We thought Omaha was exempt but either the population is bigger than we thought or area TV stations are being more transparent than they need to, which we don't believe for a second.)
     Just thirty seconds of Lee Terry bad-mouthing Brad Ashford during next Saturday's NU football game will cost TransCanada's 2nd District pet a cool $1,700. The "K" in KETV obviously stands for "KaChing."

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