Corporate Media and the Press
Moderated by Phil Donahue, the panelists talked about corporate media in relation to the correctness and evenhandedness of the… read more
Moderated by Phil Donahue, the panelists talked about corporate media in relation to the correctness and evenhandedness of the news. Topics included media monopolies, building independent nonprofit media, muzzling anti-war opinions prior to the invasion of Iraq, the restoration of free speech, objectivity, and the information needed by Americans in order to function as citizens. After their presentations the participants responded to audience members' questions.
“Inside Corporate Media: Can it Tell the Truth?” was an event at The National Conference for Media Reform held at the Memphis Cook Convention Center. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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