Ready for Trump TV? Inside Sinclair Broadcasting’s Plot to Take Over Your Local News
By Andy Kroll, Mother Jones, November/December 2017 Issue
Its mix of terrorism alerts, right-wing commentary, and “classic propaganda” could soon reach three-quarters of US households.
Meredith Is Buying Time Inc. for $1.8 Billion
By Reuters, Nov. 27, 2017
U.S. media company Meredith will buy Time Inc., the publisher of People, Sports Illustrated and Fortune magazines, in a $1.84 billion all-cash deal backed by conservative billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch.
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