"I really wish there was some big brother conspiracy theory. I just think it's the ignorance of trying to make a dollar. That's what the networks have done and will continue to do. If anyone doesn't think that this is about making money, then they're crazy"
- Montel Williams
About this Quote
This quote by Montel Williams recommends that there is no grand conspiracy concept behind the means media networks operate. Instead, he believes that these networks are largely driven by the wish to earn money. Williams suggests that this quest of profits has led to a specific level of ignorance pertaining to the web content that these networks produce. In other words, they may be more interested in producing viewer interest and earning a profit than in producing quality programs. In general, Williams seems crucial of the intentions driving conventional media, which he suggests worth monetary gain over credibility as well as quality.
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