Interesting article placed by Andy Tyme over at the Fetzer Blog. There are 4 posts in a row worth reading. I still puzzle over Andy’s stance – he’s been the only voice over there that consistently echos the cluesforum.info stance, but I still don’t think he’s totally on board with the fakery. Andy hasn’t responded to my requests for an interview on fakeologist radio (if he reads this, the offer still stands).
Back in the mid-1970s, when communications satellite links began to replace terrestrial microwave towers and buried coaxial cables for distributing TV network feeds to local stations in the USA, the paradigm of live-transmission (from whatever program streams were originating in each network’s master-control room in NYC) continued virtually seamlessly.