Activist Post The establishment media is dying. This is not a biased view coming from “alternative media,” it is a fact borne out by metrics and opinion polls from within the establishment itself. It was true before the recent election, and is guaranteed to accelerate after their shameless defense of non-reality which refused to accept any discontent among the American population with standard politics. Now, … Continue reading Establishment Media Declares War On Their Competition As “Fake News”
Tyler Durden ZeroHedge There is a plague of “fake news” apparently, and CNN is here to help you ‘dear voter’ see through the deception to the Clinton-campaign-confirmed narrative you should be paying attention. While it not enough that we have pointed out CNN’s numerous questionable actions (here, here, and here), along with today’s news of Donna Brazile’s resignation, but just this weekend CNN was caught … Continue reading CNN Decries “Fake News” Websites (Then Stealth Edits Its Own Article)
Bloomberg Turkey shut more than a dozen news outlets and tightened its anti-terrorism laws in an expansion of its crackdown following the botched July 15 coup. The government also fired more than 10,000 additional people from jobs in the education, health and justice ministries as part of its effort to purge the civil service of employees with alleged links to the U.S.-based preacher it accuses … Continue reading Turkey Shuts News Outlets, Tightens Anti-Terrorism Law
The tie-up of AT&T Inc and Time Warner Inc, bringing together one of the country’s largest wireless and pay TV providers and cable networks like HBO, CNN and TBS, could kick off a new round of industry consolidation amid massive changes in how people watch TV. Stocks of some programmers that could attract interest rose sharply on Friday as the deal of the year came … Continue reading AT&T-Time Warner Deal the Start of New Media Industry Consolidation?
Vatican Radio Speaking about the Paris terror attacks, Pope Francis said on Thursday that there are limits to freedom of expression, especially when it insults or ridicules someone’s faith. His comments came during a wide-ranging press conference with journalists accompanying him on his flight from Sri Lanka to the Philippines to start the second and final leg of his journey to Asia. During the press … Continue reading Pope Francis says there are limits to freedom of expression
Source – Fortune Companies from Apple to LinkedIn may also be affected. New rules released by two Chinese regulators this week are codifying Beijing’s clampdown on foreign media, which over the past few years has resulted in the websites of many being blocked. The rules likely do not, as one alarmist headline predicted, mean all foreign media will be banned from publishing online in China. … Continue reading China’s New Online Content Rules May Pressure Foreign Media
GOP frontrunner makes good on promise to call for audit of Fed Source – Kit Daniels – Infowars Donald Trump is calling for an audit of the Federal Reserve. The GOP frontrunner said it was important to audit the Fed and even called out his rival, Sen. Ted Cruz, for skipping a vote on Sen. Rand Paul’s “Audit the Fed” proposal back in Jan. It … Continue reading Trump Calls for Auditing the Fed