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media [2016/10/19 15:12]
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 +====== Media ======
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 +Gotham'​s media organizations are mostly controlled by members of [[the elliots|The Elliot Family]], with a few exceptions.  ​
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 +===== Radio =====
  
-RADIO 
 The principal radio stations in town are [[WGOT|WGOT]] (an NBC affiliate) and [[WHAM|WHAM]] (a CBS affiliate). These are high-powered stations delivering national programming. ​ Although, it is the case that in the early 1930's radio does not broadcast much in the way of news, apart from occasional bulletins, since news is left to the papers. ​  In addition to the two big stations, there are about a half-dozen low power independent stations in town. The principal radio stations in town are [[WGOT|WGOT]] (an NBC affiliate) and [[WHAM|WHAM]] (a CBS affiliate). These are high-powered stations delivering national programming. ​ Although, it is the case that in the early 1930's radio does not broadcast much in the way of news, apart from occasional bulletins, since news is left to the papers. ​  In addition to the two big stations, there are about a half-dozen low power independent stations in town.
  
-NEWSPAPERS+===== Newspapers ===== 
 [[The Gotham Gazette|The Gotham Gazette]]: ​ is the principal serious news paper in town, putting out a morning and evening edition. [[The Gotham Gazette|The Gotham Gazette]]: ​ is the principal serious news paper in town, putting out a morning and evening edition.
 [[The Daily Tribune|The Daily Tribune]]: ​ is the main competitor to the Gazette [[The Daily Tribune|The Daily Tribune]]: ​ is the main competitor to the Gazette
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