Here is a new piece entitled The Network: We are your News, dedicated to the few who govern what information reaches the many.
I would like to pull some points from Wikipedia regarding the ways in which stations are able to continually broadcast. Economically, networks rely on in-kind donations of time and skills by volunteers (common with community broadcasters), direct government payments or operation of public broadcasters, indirect government payments, such as radio and television licenses, grants from foundations or business entities, selling advertising or sponsorships and public subscription or membership.
With so many people and organizations governing the information broadcast to the millions, they are your news.
Inspiration for this piece comes from the In the News intro from the 1970s.