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Six corporations control your perception

Six corporations control your perception

(7:36) Abby Martin reports on the six huge corporations that control almost everything in the mainstream media.

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Guest: Tavarich (1445 days ago)
RT ... Russia Today ... owned by the Russian government and not at all biased or with an agenda of its own :-)
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RT ... Russia Today ... owned by the Russian government and not at all biased or with an agenda of its own :-)
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Guest: Blair Phillips (1446 days ago)
1996 documentary from the National Film Board of Canada entitled,"Manufactur ing Consent" helped me understand,"how it's done".
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1996 documentary from the National Film Board of Canada entitled,"Manufactur ing Consent" helped me understand,"how it's done".
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BoreMeEditor BoreMeEditor (1446 days ago)
Here's a link to the documentary 'Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media' on YouTube. LINK
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Here's a link to the documentary 'Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media' on YouTube. LINK
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MyName MyName (1445 days ago)
Latest comment: 'We'll tell you what the news is'. This is why I am more likely to trust organisations without sponsors, advertisers or corporate donors, like the BBC. I imagine though that some here will defend the 'free market', no matter what they are told.
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Latest comment: 'We'll tell you what the news is'. This is why I am more likely to trust organisations without sponsors, advertisers or corporate donors, like the BBC. I imagine though that some here will defend the 'free market', no matter what they are told.
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