this sneer is evidence of bias, or not: maybe they just fell
for the line peddled to them by the radio company; but explaining why satellite radio in your car is catching on in America they say:
“Often in rural areas the only choices were country music, religious output, or crackle.”
I have no experience driving through rural areas but I doubt this is true.
I too have never driven through rural areas of America, so I can’t say of my own knowledge whether the BBC’s view of the pre-digital airwaves in rural areas is fair or not. I suspect it is something the writer is happy to believe. What do readers say?