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Youth Radio Mulching Without Government Meddling

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Youth Radio Mulching Without Government Meddling

Libertarianz broadcasting deregulation spokesman Larry Timberlake today congratulated Tony Katavich, owner of Kaikohe's youth radio station "The Mulcher", for proving that such a business can develop and grow without Government meddling or taxpayer's money.

"Although this Kaikohe station may be small, it is a mouse that roars out that the Government is wrong to assume minority groups can never have a voice except at the taxpayer's expense. The existence of this station allows the Labour/Alliance broadcasting policy to be seen for what it is: a blatant vote-buying exercise. How else can one explain a taxpayer-funded radio network based on age-discrimination and a taxpayer-funded television network based on racial discrimination?" asks Timberlake.

"Broadcasting needs Government intervention," says Timberlake, "in exactly the same way as newspapers or magazines need Government intervention -- which is to say, not at all."

It's enough to make you vote Libertarianz!


For further information please contact: Larry Timberlake LIBERTARIANZ SPOKESMAN TO DEREGULATE BROADCASTING (09) 368 1466 organon@ihug.co.nz

www.libertarianz.org.nz www.libz.org

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