Very recently, I posted a serious question, which I have been wanting to ask since the general elections in the US had ended.
My question, which is political but closely related to the history of News broadcasting and TV talk shows in America, was put on hold for being off-topic
I looked at the off-topic list in the help center and read the following:
- Locating or purchasing Movies or TV content
- Technology questions about playing content
- Unimportant trivia that does not add to the understanding or appreciation of the title.
- TV news, sports and current affairs
- A title's release date or rumors about a specific title or series.
- Opinions about or recommendations for a movie or TV show
My question doesn't seem to be included in that list. My question shows that there has been a precedence, albeit in Italy, the question also identifies the American TV show hosts whom I think might be at risk, TV celebrities who are well-known for being outspoken opponents of Donald Trump.
- If the answer is basically "no" and it has strong supporting evidence, is that not a helpful and informative answer to have in the SE Movies&TV database?
- Is there no space for a serious question about the laws and regulations that govern broadcasting in the US?
I appreciate any help or advice you can offer, so any suggestions on how to make my question
on-topic for this site are very welcomed.
UPDATE (22.50 GMT)
I've deleted the question. I'd like to say thanks to those who gave some good tips and advice. But if the question is considered poor, there's no point in keeping it where it's not wanted.
Thank you anyway for your time.