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A move from network news to talk radio, which is a medium that predates television and does lean to the right, would give some support to Finkelstein's hypothesis.

The rise of cable news is going to play a big part in that decline with the graph starting at 1980. But viewers have their options on both sides of the political spectrum (Fox News or MSNBC). And again, the rise of internet use has resulted in greater diversification, but on both the left and right.

Network news is declining in popularity because it tries to appeal to everyone when technology is constantly giving us other mediums with greater degrees of specialization. Network news is like one-size-fits-all clothing that looks good on none. That has very little to do with its political leanings.

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