Reply to "Niche quality control"

I think this is related to "niche quality control". If it's important to have niche quality, depth and value, why is it not important to have that same uniqueness for Publications. It appears, at least to this neophyte, that Publications will compete with Niches for traffic. 

Example, if I have a niche called, "fried chicken" then my channel will be: narrative.org/n/fried-chicken

If I buy a publication for $99, and call it, "fried chicken", then the publication owner can have more control of the content and channel. That Publication channel will be:  narrative.org/p/fried-chicken

Whereas the Niche owner has a long, arduous startup process, difficulty finding moderators and content creators, it seems the Publication owner has a $99 fee and a 72-hour wait. If true, then anyone could hijack a niche by just buying a Publication. 

I'm probably way wrong on this... but sure seems problematic to me. 

Enlighten me 

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