Media Ownership and Media Bias: A Crisis in the Newsroom - UCTV - University of California Television
Media Ownership and Media Bias: A Crisis in the Newsroom
Premiere Date: 8/29/2005; 87 minutes


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A few huge corporations own most of the newspapers, magazines, movie studios, publishing houses, and radio and TV stations in the United States. Three influential news editors-Lionel Barber of the Financial Times, Bill Keller of The New York Times and Jacob Weisberg of Slate magazine debate the dangers and virtues of the concentration of media ownership. Presented by The Media Project of the UCSB Center for Film, Television and New Media (CFTNM) (#9532)

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