The only time serial callers for the NDC and the NPP ‘sing’ the same song is when a media outlet tries to sanitize the way they operate.
As you read this piece, seven top FM radio stations, have for the past seven years, not put to use, delay system supplied to them, free of charge by the United State of America government.
The main essence of the delay system is to help radio presenters cut out insults by panelists in the studio and those known as serial callers.
When certain persons argue against the use of the delay system, one is tempted to think that they are interested in insults on radio, not the substance of what will be expressed. Recent events have shown that it is not only serial callers who are guilty of insults or committing possible contempt of the court.
One person was brought before the court last week and two of three persons who appeared before the court for contempt were panelists in the studios of some FM station. They were easily identifiable but what of comments made by serial callers, how would they be identified?
It is generally believed that serial callers should not be encouraged to comment on the ongoing election petition before the Supreme Court.
There is no recent research on whether the comments of serial callers impacts on voters in deciding who to vote for in elections.
The only data available was a post-2004 research conducted in 2005 by the Daily Dispatch newspaper. The answer? Virtually zero.
Source: The Daily Dispatch
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