Media Ownership, Media Bias
A panel, featuring three of the nation’s top editors, was held on “Media Ownership, Media Bias: A Crisis in the… read more
A panel, featuring three of the nation’s top editors, was held on “Media Ownership, Media Bias: A Crisis in the Newsroom.” They discussed the concern about media concentration and the effects of conglomeration on creativity, competition, and democratic access to the marketplace of ideas. Following the panel, participants responded to questions and comments from members of the audience.
Journalists Virginia Postrel and Ann Louise Bardach moderated the discussion. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- William "Bill" Keller Executive Editor New York Times
- Constance Penley Co-Director University of California, Santa Barbara->Center for Film, Television and New Media
- Virginia Postrel Columnist New York Times->Economics
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