Media Concentration: It's kind of a bad thing

Media giant Rupert Murdoch's recent buy-out of the Wall-Street Journal is just one example in a long history of increasing media concentration in the United States, where just a handful of powerful media conglomerates control 90% of all of the information and news we read, see, and hear. Take a look at more films on the subject by viewing the "big media" and "media literacy" tags.
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