But then, it seems like the same production values are present at national shows with established names hosting them. I mean, surely Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity can command premium rates, allowing them to have fewer ads at higher prices? Even the local affiliates -- at least those in large cities -- ought to be able to sell that airtime to bigger clients at higher prices, resulting in fewer ads that are of higher production quality (read: less irritating). Yet we still get what seems like 3-5 minute show segments, interrupted by 2-3 minute series of ads for "memory programs," "vocabulary builders," Gold Bond, herbal products, and other assorted infomercial refuse. What's the deal?
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