lots of the videos and interactive things they do nowadays are obviously there just for the new requirement, and the news wouldn't lose anything without them.
@Stoori @micke My main horror at it all is that they seem to be fishing for a precedent to the effect that a "public option" is necessarily at an unfair competitive advantage against private incumbents. Or is precedent not a thing outside the Anglosphere? Even if not, they seem to want the public image of the public sector to be the universal 800 lb (363 kg) gorilla that dominates everything it touches.
@n8chz @Stoori there has been discussions about this allready,and Swedish Public Radio (SR) has most cut down their text based news to about 3 sentences. Swedish Public Broadcasting (SVT) has allready put an anoying video on everything. SR textbased news used to be really good, so this discussion has allready had a negative effect.
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