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(LA Times)   FCC eases rules on foreign ownership of TV stations. Viewers brace for 40 more channels showing the latest episode of "Sabado Gigante"   (latimes.com) divider line 6
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2013-11-16 01:17:21 PM  
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2013-11-16 11:56:28 AM  
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wildcardjack: I thought Sabado Gigante was live, or at least live-ish. I only see it when I go to my favorite Mexican place, you know, the sort run by Mexicans for Mexicans.


Every restaurant in America -- Indian, Italian, Tex-Mex-Korean-BBQ-fusion ... all have Mexican cooks in the kitchen. Mexicans feed America. So the next time you're at your American steakhouse having American porterhouse with American whiskey ... you're eating Mexican. :)
2013-11-16 11:27:46 AM  
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2013-11-16 10:39:02 AM  
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so maybe that live-action spin-off will one day see the light of day!:

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2013-11-16 09:40:50 AM  
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LectertheChef: Oh, and I really don't get why this is a big deal. Lots of foreign owned corporations here already, may as well let them have their own cable channels too. Maybe Best Korea will start an English language cable news network to spread the glory of Son of Dear Leader. Or maybe Iran could do something like that. I don't see why not, we already get inundated with an endless amount of corporate propaganda, why not foreign governments too?


I would love a Foreign Propaganda digital package.  For $3/month, you could get RT, Irianian State TV, a DRPK channel, etc.

It would be worth a laugh.
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2013-11-16 09:38:11 AM  
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LectertheChef: Oh, and I really don't get why this is a big deal. Lots of foreign owned corporations here already, may as well let them have their own cable channels too. Maybe Best Korea will start an English language cable news network to spread the glory of Son of Dear Leader. Or maybe Iran could do something like that. I don't see why not, we already get inundated with an endless amount of corporate propaganda, why not foreign governments too?


BECAUSE AMERICA IS FOR AMERICANS BROTHER
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