Jerry Mander Connects the Dots Between Corporate Media and the Food We Eat

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kokotan·Mar 18, 2006

Jerry Mander, executive director of the International Forum on Globalization talks about the centralization of media and effect of advertisement.


The Day That TV News Died by Chris Hedges

Exclusive: The Dangers of Technological Singularity by Rocket Kirchner

The Green Green Gold of Ethiopia by Graham Peebles

New report: Governments must protect land, food systems as trade liberalization accelerates land grabbing by Sophia Murphy

Our Strange TV Food World by Joseph Natoli

The Financialization of Food and the Profitability of Poverty by Andrew Gavin Marshall

The Myth of the Liberal Media: The Propaganda Model of News (2002; must-see)

Manufacturing Consent (1992)


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