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  • 'I have commented before on of what I have dubbed the "subsidariat" - those media outlets who cannot connect with enough readers to be commercially viable, and whose views and journalism are only sustained by huge cross-subsidy from profitable parts of their owners' empires or by tax payers 'money.'

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  • I have commented before on of what I have dubbed the "subsidariat" - those media outlets who cannot connect with enough readers to be commercially viable, and whose views and journalism are only sustained by huge cross-subsidy from profitable parts of their owners 'empires or by tax payers' money.

    News from Journalism.co.uk

  • He bashed the French "subsidariat", was scathing about the disaster that the

    Benedict Brogan's political blog

  • 'subsidariat'; those outlets that are not commercially viable and require support from elsewhere.

    Public Relations Consultant

  • The BBC provides a home to 'the high priests of the subsidariat,' the Guardian is its

    Public Relations Consultant

  • It seems that the Evening Standard - of which Dacre is editor-is-chief - is at least as much a member of the subsidariat as the BBC or the Guardian.

    Public Relations Consultant

  • But my question is why does not a day go by that the subsidariat papers †"blissfully oblivious of their own pocket-sized shapes and circulations â€" don†™ t carry the obligatory sneer at the tabloid press?

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  • Why does not half an hour go by that the high priests of the subsidariat, the BBC, can†™ t resist a snide reference to the popular press, again blissfully oblivious that all too often they are following agendas set by those very popular newspapers whose readers pay their salaries.

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  • But my question is why does not a day go by that the subsidariat papers - blissfully oblivious of their own pocket-sized shapes and circulations - don't carry the obligatory sneer at the tabloid press?

    News from Journalism.co.uk

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