The media monopoly

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Beacon Press, 1992 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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User Review  - Brett - Goodreads

This one I read while I was in Journalism school...unfortunately I was a senior when I stumbled across it. It was rather disconcerting to find out my chosen profession was a bullshit PR function of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Diane - Goodreads

Essential reading for any communication's scholar or anyone interested in the shrinking number of firms who control our nation's media output. Bagdikian adeptly shows why it's happening and why we should care. Read full review

Contents

The Endless Chain
3
THE HIGH COST OF FREE ADVERTISING
6
From Mythology to Theology
67
Copyright

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Bagdikian is winner of the Pulitzer Prize and many other awards in American journalism. He has been a Washington Bureau Chief and Foreign Correspondent for The Providence Journal, an Assistant Managing Editor of The Washington Post, and The Dean of the Graduate School of Journalism at The University of California-Berkeley.

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