In Corporate Media and the Threat to Democracy, media scholar Robert W. McChesney "sound[s] a compelling warning that corporate control of the mass media has made ominous inroads into our democracy" (Ben Bagdikian), condensing critiques of media mergers and its consequences into a concise pamphlet.
Collected inPamphlets and Short Political Non-fiction
Did you know that the U.S. military is deployed in 70% of the world's nations? Or that leaked State Deptartment cables show that the U.S. planned to instigate civil strife in Syria as early in 2006? What about the chronic problem of medical neglect in private, for-profit, U.S. immigrant-only jails?
No? Neither did the rest of the world. That's because these and countless other news items are suppressed or ignored by our nation's "free press" every day. For the past forty years, Project Censored has been unearthing the buried stories that corporate media deem unfit to print. They also just hosted a jam-packed Media Freedom Summit and co-founded the Global Critical Media Literacy Project in partnership with the Action Coalition for Media Education and the graduate program in Media Literacy and Digital Culture at Sacred Heart University.
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