I hate media concentration as much as the next guy, but this baffles me. An “advocacy” group called Children Now says that the amount of kids’ television programs in Los Angeles fell sharply when one company owned more than one of the city’s TV stations.

Put aside their misuse of the word “duopoly” to describe one company owning two TV stations in the same market. My question is whether anyone really believes that kids are better off if there are more TV shows for them to watch.