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  • 1. 09 – Media Control
    What we didn’t talk about last week
  • 2. Class Business
    Announcements
    Henry Jenkins (Friday, September 30, 12:30PM-1:45PM in RTV 245)
    John Stewart (Friday, September 30)
    #IUT205
    Assignment 1: 10/13
    Exam 2: 11/10
  • 3. Assignment 1
  • 4. Last time on T205
  • 5. Exam
  • 6. Convergence Across Media
  • 7. General Employment Trends
  • 8. Prosumer Revolution
  • 9. The Big QuestionWho has programmed the computer code that governs these automatic routines?
  • 10. Who is Controlling your Brain?
  • 11. Potter’s Hypothesis
    Ownership patterns show a strong movement toward concentration and away from localism.
  • 12. Mine
    But also towards individualism
  • 13. Media Control
  • 14. Two Competing Values
  • 15. Cross-Ownership & Control
  • 16. Issues of Concern
  • 17. Power
  • 18. Concentration of Power
  • 19. Controls Information
  • 20. The instrument (the telescreen, it was called) could be dimmed, but there was no way of shutting it off completely.
  • 21. April and May, 1986
  • 22. Two Competing Values
  • 23. Localism - Power among as many people as possibleEfficiency - Concentration of power
  • 24. Statevs federal
  • 25. Lots of different choices
    Or A few cheap dependable choices
  • 26. Localism
    Power among as many people as possible
  • 27. Populist
  • 28. Closer to the hands of the people
  • 29. Power of the individual
  • 30. Media starts at the local level
  • 31. Who decides who gets access to a limited spectrum?
  • 32. Radio - Geographic regions and limited power
  • 33. Public Interest
  • 34. Limited Ownership
  • 35. The sevens
    7 AM
    7 FM
    7 TV
  • 36. The Twelves
    12 AM
    12 FM
    12 TV
  • 37.
  • 38. Telecommunications Act -1996
  • 39. Deregulation
  • 40. Complex Systems
  • 41. Undiscovered Country
  • 42. Why?
  • 43. Political and Business Climate
  • 44. Efficiency
  • 45. Concentration of power
    Concentration
    Consolidation
    Centralization
  • 46. Goal
    Gain Money
    Gain Resources
  • 47. Media Consolidation
  • 48. Bigger companies mean less voices
  • 49. Trend to greater concentration
  • 50. The Big Six
  • 51. Bertlesman
    BMG
    Sony – BMG
    RTL Group (TV)
    Gruner + Jahr (Magazines)
    Random House
  • 52. The Big Five
  • 53. Disney
    ABC
    Disney Channel
    Disney Television
    Toon Disney
    Touchstone Television
    A&E (37.5% with Hearst and GE)
    Lifetime Network (50%)
    ESPN (80% with Hearst)
    ESPN2 (80% with Hearst)
    ESPN Classic (80% with Hearst)
    ESPN West (80% with Hearst)
    ESPNews (80% with Hearst)
    Buena Vista Television
    Biography Channel (with GE and Hearst)
    History Channel (37.5% with Hearst and GE)
    Classic Sports Network
    E! (35%)
  • 54. General Electric
    NBC
    A & E (with Disney and Hearst)
    American Movie Classics (25%)
    Biography Channel (with Disney and Hearst)
    Bravo (50%)
    Bravo International
    CNBC
    Court TV (with Time Warner)
    Fox Sports NetHistory Channel (with Disney and Hearst)
    Independent Film Channel
    MSG Network
    MSNBC (50%)
    National Geographic Worldwide
    News Sport
    Prime
    Prism (with Rainbow, a subsidiary of Cablevision, and Liberty Media, a subsidiary of TCI)
    Romance Classics
    Sports Channel Cincinnati, Chicago, Florida, New England, Pacific, Ohio, Philadelphia
  • 55. News Corp
    Fox
    Fox Family Channel (50%)
    Fox News Channel
    fx (50% with TCI's Liberty Media)
    fxM (50% with TCI's Liberty Media)
    Fox Sports Net (25% with TCI, GE and Cablevision)
    The National Geographic Channel (50%)
    FIT TV Partnership
    Regional networks, including TV Guide Channel and Fox Sports New York
  • 56. Time Warner
    Turner Broadcasting
    WB
    HBO (75%)
    Cinemax
    HBO Direct Broadcast
    Court TV (33% with GE)
    TBS Superstation
    Turner Classic Movies
    TNT
    Cartoon Network
    Comedy Central (37.5% with Viacom)
    Sega Channel
    OVATION (50%)
    Women's Information Television (WIN) (partial)
    TVKO (75%)
    4 regional all-news channels
    CNN
    CNN/SI (with Sports Illustrated)
    CNNfn(financial network)
    CNNRadio
    Headline News
    Sportsouth
    CNN International
    CNN Airport Network
  • 57. Viacomm
    CBS
    UPN
    Nickelodeon
    MTV
    M2: Music Television
    VH1
    Showtime
    Nick at Nite'sTVLand
    Paramount Networks Comedy Central (50% with Time Warner)
    TNN: The Nashville Network
    Movie Channel
    FLIX
    All News Channel (50%)
    Sundance Channel (45%)
    Midwest Sports Channel
    CBS Telenoticias (30%)
    Home Team Sports (66% with News Corporation)
  • 58. Can Con
  • 59. Advantages& Disadvantages
  • 60. Cross-Ownership & Control
  • 61. Types of Concentration
  • 62. Horizontal Merger
  • 63. Vertical Merger
  • 64. Conglomerate Merger
  • 65. MegaMerger
  • 66. International Perspective
  • 67. Concentration of Advertising Agencies
  • 68. Concentration of Advertisers
  • 69. PepsiCo
    PepsiCo Americas Foods
    PepsiCo Americas Beverages
    Restaurants (Yum! Brands)
  • 70. Issues of Concern
  • 71. Deregulation
  • 72. Change in Content
  • 73. Harmful content?
  • 74. Lack of Access
  • 75. Internet
  • 76. Zombie Shark II- What do you mean you give it away for free?
  • 77. 7 billion producers and distributors
  • 78. The individual producer owner and distributor
  • 79. Rule 1
    The network gravitates toward free
  • 80. …Or is this just another sale?
  • 81.
  • 82. Who controls the past controls the future; who controls the present controls the past.
  • 83. Who do you
    let control
    your media?
  • 84. Media Control
  • 85. Two CompetingValuesand a third
  • 86. Cross-Ownership & Control
  • 87. Issues of Concern
  • 88. Next – Effects!
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