• Media consolidation - Issuepedia

      issuepedia.org/Media_consolidation Media consolidation refers to an ongoing process in which more and more media companies (e.g. radio, television, newspapers, magazines) are falling into the hands of ...
    • Media Consolidation Definition | eHow

      www.ehow.com/about_6691283_media-consolidation-definition.html Media Consolidation Definition. Media consolidation refers to the concentration of ownership of news, information and entertainment sources in the hands of fewer and ...
    • What Does Media Consolidation Look Like? | BillMoyers.com

      billmoyers.com/content/what-does-media-consolidation-look-like Find out in this new interactive map from Free Press. Since the mid-1990s, four companies have been devouring local TV stations across the United States. Hit replay ...
    • Media Consolidation | Thrive

      www.thrivemovement.com/media-consolidation Why not have a transparent way to see who is funding the news we get and a way to assess what conflicts of interest they might have? We rely on the media to be ...
    • Media Consolidation -- a Historical Perspective

      discuss.epluribusmedia.net/node/548 Media Reform Information Center. In 1983, 50 corporations controlled the vast majority of all news media in the U.S.... in 2000, the number had fallen to six.
    • Media Consolidation - PBS: Public Broadcasting Service

      www.pbs.org/now/politics/localmedia.html Local Media Ownership. NOW has been reporting on media consolidation for nearly two years — and there is more to report almost daily. On October 8, 2003, another ...
    • Media Consolidation - The Huffington Post

      www.huffingtonpost.com/news/media-consolidation Rupert Murdoch is plotting his empire's expansion -- growth that could include purchases of Tribune Company newspapers and, reportedly, Time Inc.