Gates: "Where are the computer science students" 4143
Gates: "Where are the computer science students" 4145
Bill Gates is spewing CORPORATE PROPAGANDA. There is NO shortage of CS majors. If there is a...
Into the Buzzsaw Leading Journalists Expose the Myth of a Free Press
"Edited by Kristina Borjesson Foreword by Gore Vidal
"Into the Buzzsaw is a splendid--and heartening--collection of essays." --From the foreword by Gore Vidal
"If members of the general public read this book, or even portions of it, they will be appalled. To the uninitiated reader, the accounts of what goes on behind the scenes at major news organizations are shocking."--Publishers Weekly
Anyone who wants to know what's really going on in our nation's corridors of power, or who reads or watches the news on a regular basis, should read this book. One thing is certain: anyone who reads this book will never again see or hear the news in the same way..."
There are five media giants in the U.S.:
frontline: merchants of cool: media giants PBS
And a very small number of people control those companies:
Big Media Interlocks with Corporate America
"...However, mainstream media no longer produce news for the mainstream population-nor should we consider the media as plural. Instead it is more accurate to speak of big media in the US today as the corporate media and to use the term in the singular tense-as it refers to the singular monolithic top-down power structure of self-interested news giants.
Gates: "Where are the computer science students" 4144
rick++ One of the real reasons for students not going into Computer Science is this: When I studied...
A research team at Sonoma State University has recently finished conducting a network analysis of the boards of directors of the ten big media organizations in the US. The team determined that only 118 people comprise the membership on the boards of director of the ten big media giants. This is a small enough group to fit in a moderate size university clbuttroom. These 118 individuals in turn sit on the corporate boards of 288 national and international corporations. In fact, eight out of ten big media giants share common memberships on boards of directors with each other..."
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