Media Magnates And Their Empires

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the project deals with the most influential media empires, gives info about their heads, average revenue and mergers

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Media Magnates And Their Empires

  1. 1. Media-magnates and their Empires<br />
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  4. 4. Main means of influence<br /><ul><li>emphasized and played down items
  5. 5. the reporter's choice of words, tone of voice, and facial expressions
  6. 6. the wording of headlines
  7. 7. the choice of illustrations</li></li></ul><li>
  8. 8. Time Warner <br />Time Warner + America On Line<br />revenueof $39.5 billion <br />Main shareholder - Ted Turner<br />
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  10. 10. The Walt Disney Company<br />Revenues of $27.1 billion<br />Michael Eisner<br />The Walt Disney Empire + The ABC Inc.<br />
  11. 11. Viacom<br />Revenue of just over $26.5 billion<br />Founded in 1971<br />The world's largest provider of cable programming <br />Headed by Sumner Redstone<br />
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  13. 13. NBC UNIVERSAL<br />Edgar Bronfman, Jr.<br />NBC + Vivendi +Universal Studious + Interscope Records<br />Bronfman became the biggest man in the record business in May 1998<br />
  14. 14. News Corporation<br />Owner – notorious Rupert Murdoch<br />The fifth largest megamedia corporation in the nation<br />Revenues of approximately $19.2 billion<br />
  15. 15. The Associated Press<br />The Associated Press + The Newhouses<br />Vice president and managing editor, Michael Silverman<br />The net worth of Advance Publications is more than $9 billion today<br />
  16. 16. The New York Times <br />The Wall Street Journal<br />The Washington Post<br />

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