|It's all a cohencidence, goy.|
Much like success in high finance is awarded to those who never let moral priors get in the way of making the right call (Wall Street does not care if you invest in arms manufacturers or sex toy companies as long as you get a return), success in mass media is awarded to those who never let their moral priors get in the way of appealing to people's base instincts. Sex sells, and no one has to know what media you consume, removing the power of social sanction. And hey, don't forget, Hollywood Jews made Bible epics back when they drew big crowds, and they still test the waters now and then when they remember that evangelicals are still a big, underserved market. Whatever turns a profit.
By contrast, Jews are completely ineffective on social media. Jews with a lot of followers tend to be already famous from mass media, and they come up with absolutely shit tier memes that go nowhere.
By contrast, viral memes are not planned or planted. I think we've all been around in /pol/, secret FB groups, comment threads, and forums when a meme was created for the lulz. Then you watch it go viral, and it's like...holy crap! Echoes are mainstream now! HA!!! You can't force a reaction gif to go viral or a hashtag to trend.. @DrDigiPol Holy shit bro. Are you the one that pushed that fucking shit tier excuse for a phrase? Just terrible. pic.twitter.com/rRPemZK5VU— Just Call Me Mister (@MisterMetokur) July 24, 2016
While the platforms themselves need to make a profit, the content-creators don't. This means that rather than creating media people want to pay for, it's driven by creating media that people want to show to others. People pay for the news, for fantasy, and for titillation. But they share things that trigger reactions---laughter, outrage, sympathy, you name it. And you know what triggers reactions like nothing else?
Mass media is great for suppressing truth. Social media is great for spreading memes. Sure, bullshit memes (SOLAR FREAKIN' ROADWAYS) spread, but so do hatefacts. Social media caters to the edgy renegade, and in today's society, the boundaries of social acceptability are inhabited by the right-wing shitlord and fenced by a wall of Pepe memes.