14 media groups shaping the world

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We often encounter definitions such as "world press or "international media" or "international community". Who do they include? When we say “world” media, who are we talking about?


The MEDIA has become a medium that cannot be freed from the 'voice of its owners' in the last 40 years. In the West, 14 media groups shape all the news. These are:

21st Century Fox
Bertelsmann
CBS Corporation
Comcast
Hearst corporation
Lagardère Group
News Corp
Organizações Globo
Sony
Televisa
The Walt Disney Company
Time warner
Viacom
Vivendi

The two communication companies that coordinate them are Google Media Lab and First Draft.

Three major news agencies are also members of the same club:
Associated Press, Agence France-Presse, Reuters. This alliance cooperated to impose the same views all over the world, to reshape the brains with their own words and ideas and to indoctrinate humanity.

All six collaborating television channels are in NATO's propaganda cell:
Al Jazeera, BBC, CNN, France24, Sky, El Arabiya.

Thanks to Google and First Draft, these media outlets leak ideas, false news or distorted views to the local and national media outlets in every country. Because, as in most country, news offices has to subscribe to certain news agencies. Thierry Meyysan has talked about this subject in detail.

These media groups, called “world press”, are the voice of their owners. Their owners are multinational companies, oil and weapons barons, pharmaceutical manufacturers and intelligence services.

Let's take an example: TIME WARNER

Time Warner is the owner of Time Magazine, HBO, Warner Bros., and CNN. Board members are CFR Foreign Affairs Commission (Council on Foreign Relations), IMF, Rockefeller Foundation, Warburg Family Phillip Morris, and so on. If we look at the board members of the New York Times and Washington Post, the two most respected mainstream newspapers in America, both have names from oil companies such as Chevron, pharmaceutical companies such as Shering, Ford Motor company, and IBM.

If we look at the board members of Washington Post, There are names from companies such as Lee Bollinger, rector of Columbia University and Federal Reserve head, , Willam Buffet (one of the few wealthiest people in the world), senior executives of Coca cola, General Motors, and Johnson and Johnson.

American mainstream media work in a covert relationship with intelligence services. Most famous journalists attended the CIA's "Journalism training courses for Agents". These are journalists who are already rising and famous. The situation of media coverage is like the relationship of governments and global companies.

An example:

In 2013, Bush's National Security adviser was Stephen Hadley. This person, who took part every night as a speaker in the biggest media organs in terms of lowering Assad regime in Syria, the occupation of Syria and targeting Iran, was also the manager of the Raytheon weapons company, the producer of the Tomahawk missiles to be used to bomb Syria. He was also affiliated with the Rockefeller, Ford and MacArthur Foundation. He and others like him work in the press, weapons, oil and pharmaceutical companies. In addition, these people are also responsible for carrying out the production of fake opposition parties and they are also capable of undertaking similar operations in their target countries through their “extensions”.

I translated from an article.
 






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"To understand the current information ecosystem, we need to break down three elements:

  1. The different types of content that are being created and shared
  2. The motivations of those who create this content
  3. The ways this content is being disseminated"

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This article actually focused on Trump election but the info-graphics are worth to share.



Also, please notice that the sources I am using for this comment and the comment above are actually part of the mass media that leads the manipulation in the world. Sometimes, they mislead by giving the correct information. If you notice the manipulation, you can get the correct information part.
 






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6 Corporations Control 90% Of The Media in America

"With so many channels to surf through and so much great programming, why can’t we find anything to watch? 90% of what we watch, listen to and read is owned by 6 companies. That’s a large percentage to just be divided by a factor of six. 30 years ago 90% of media was held by 50 different companies, which is what most people would assume it would be now, but thanks to mergers and buyouts, it’s down to 6 major companies (until someone else buys another). The reason we never find anything new on TV is that 90% of what is on cable is owned by the ‘Big 6.’ That’s 1 out of every 5 hours of television.

The trend in media ownership is not only towards concentration within countries but also towards the creation of ‘global media empires’ that include newspapers, television stations, magazines, movie studios and publishing houses that span many nations.

NOTE: So that 6th company is now Comcast. And Time Warner doesn’t own AOL. It still shows how much of a monopoly the ‘Big 6’ is."



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Televisa?
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Why isn't Globo Network there?
Well, I am not the original writer of the article, I just translate it but I search about it, here is what I found from Wikipedia.

"Globo is the largest commercial TV network in Latin America and the second-largest commercial TV network in the world just behind the American ABC Television Network and the largest producer of Telenovelas."
"Grupo Televisa is a Mexican multimedia mass media company and the largest in Latin America and the Spanish-speaking world."

"Mass media refers to a diverse array of media technologies that reach a large audience via mass communication. The technologies through which this communication takes place include a variety of outlets."

Maybe, Globo isn't considered in the mass media category or since the article talk about the 14 mass media, Globo isn't in the first 14 mass media groups, even though it is a large TV company.
 






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Now, video-shopping is real. I suggest everyone to watch this.
This is really scary.

With today's technology, they can create fake videos of anyone, make people look like they have said things that They didn't even mention in their whole life, they don't need celebrities and other famous people to influence the world anymore. They can create videos of fake people seems like real or they can create fake video of real people and make them to say whatever they want. It remind me Truman Show. They can even make people to be incriminated of things they never did.

Fake videos of real people -- and how to spot them

 






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6 Corporations Control 90% Of The Media in America

"With so many channels to surf through and so much great programming, why can’t we find anything to watch? 90% of what we watch, listen to and read is owned by 6 companies. That’s a large percentage to just be divided by a factor of six. 30 years ago 90% of media was held by 50 different companies, which is what most people would assume it would be now, but thanks to mergers and buyouts, it’s down to 6 major companies (until someone else buys another). The reason we never find anything new on TV is that 90% of what is on cable is owned by the ‘Big 6.’ That’s 1 out of every 5 hours of television.

The trend in media ownership is not only towards concentration within countries but also towards the creation of ‘global media empires’ that include newspapers, television stations, magazines, movie studios and publishing houses that span many nations.

NOTE: So that 6th company is now Comcast. And Time Warner doesn’t own AOL. It still shows how much of a monopoly the ‘Big 6’ is."



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Here's a recent video on YouTube that does a good job explaining the breakdown.

 






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