(noun)1.Information, generally useless and biased, gained through listening to, reading, or otherwise utilizing one of the five communications companies in America2.Crapaganda is a mixture of the media moguls news and programmingagenda with advertising a.k.a. advertorial content e.g. Rupert Murdoch driving the war in Iraq on one hand and selling advertisements for gas guzzling SUV's on the other at the break)with lopsided reportage for example3. Anything that is seen heard read from Time Warner, Disney, Murdoch's News Corporation, Bertelsmann of Germany, and Viacom formerly CBS) -- who now control the media industry in the U.S. Crapaganda has little value to the ordinary citizens and consumers in the nation.
" Hey did you see that guy on Fox News try to sabotage former President Clinton by blaming him for the war in Iraq, and for not catching Bin Laden? What a bunch of crapaganda!"