Concentration Of Media Ownership As A Global Phenomenon
Today, we are confronted with local and global concentration of media ownership. In markets around the world, lot of media faced with pressures to "relax" ownership regulations. This push spills over into aggressive attacks on public broadcasting structures, with high widespread calls for privatisation. This article presents a macro-level portrait of the networked forms of organization, production, and distribution in which the world's largest multi-national media organizations operate.
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