Media Holdings: * HBO Independent Productions, Warner Home Video, New Line Cinema, Castle Rock, Looney Tunes, Hanna-Barbera. * Music: At
lantic, Elektra, Rhino, Sire, Warner Bros. Records, EMI, WEA, Sub Pop (distribution) = the world‘s largest music
company. * 33 magazines including Time, Sports Illustrated, People, In Style, Fortune, Book of the Month Club, EntertainmentWeekly, Life, DC Comics (50%), and MAD Magazine.=======================================================
George Soros's holdings
: New York Times, the Washington Post, the Columbia Journalism Review, The Center for PublicIntegrity, The Center for Investigative Reporting, The Lens, the Columbia School of Journalism, the National Federation of Community Broadcasters, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, the Committee to Protect Journalists, The Organizationof News Ombudsmen, National Public Radio, the Pacifica Foundation, The American Prospect Inc. (the owner and publisher of The American Prospect magazine), The Nation Institute, The Media Fund, The Independent Media Center, The Independent MediaInstitute, Media Matters For America, Free Press, and Centers of American Progress. Source:
The New Leviathan: How the Left-Wing Money-Machine Shapes American Politics and Threatens America's Future
. by David Horowitz and Jacob Laksin
(a) NLRB is not a federal agency and has no federal oversight yet wheel‘s congressional power over privatelyowned industryforcing unionization. President Obama‘s decision to name three NLRB members as rec
(2) Net Neutrality is the Product of Hungary and
will Soon Eliminate America’s Liberties.
BUDAPEST December 2010
Hungary will begin regulating all media directed at or published in Hungary, including Internet newsportals and web-based publications, under a controversial media law.1. The law will require the news media to provide a "balanced view" in its coverage and allow people to initiate a probe at the mediaauthority into coverage if they regard it as unbalanced. The state may impose fines for "unbalanced" or "offensive" reporting, andshut down media organizations.2. Hungary already has the legal means in place to protect personal privacy and fend off hate speech.3. Under the bill, the media authority may require any regulated media outlet to provide it with any data the authority might need tofulfill its duties, even if that data are classified and protected by law.4. The law limits major television broadcasters' crime coverage to 20% of their overall news broadcast a year, set minimum lengthboth in the mornings and in the afternoons, et-program television channels must broadcast European programs on more than half of their programming, and Hungarian programs must account for one third of their broadcast, the law says.5. The law requires all media directed at or published in Hungary to register with the country's media authority that was createdearlier this year. The authority has the right to levy hefty fines on the media outlets if they violate the law or even to revoke their registration, as well as stopping them from publishing and broadcasting.
So What does Hungary Net Neutrality law equal the FCC’s take over?
The FCC wants Federal control of the internet, yet the disguise to regulate is based on some legitimate claims but the motivation isfar dangerous. Regulators know that the one who controls information controls the public. Representatives and organizations tied toour government know how powerful the internet can be and they are not fooling around.
has published a study advocating the development of a "world class" government-
run media system in the U.S. ―The
need has never been greater for a world-
class public media system in America,‖ begins a 48
page document, ―New Public Media: APlan for Action.‖ The Free Press study urges t
he creation of a trust fund
largely supported by new fees and taxes on advertisingand the private media
to jump start the founding of a massive government-run public media system that will ultimately becomeself-sufficient.-
In a 30-page reported titled "Down Payment on Our Digital Future: Stimulus Policies for the 21st-Century Economy",the Free Press proposes spending $44 billion in broadband stimulus funds over the next three years, but on what?
-generation broadband networks, connecting rural areas without broadband service, making high speed connections more
affordable, providing PCs and training to low income users, promoting children's access to technology at school and at home.”
Allgovernment funded thereby under government control not by free enterprise.