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Ten media monopolies and the women they love.

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Anti, May 27, 2002.

  1. Anti

    Anti New Jack

    Joined: May 21, 2002 Messages: 22 Likes Received: 0
    Below is a list of the top ten media corporations and a listing of thier puppet companies. Especialy interesting is the companies owned by Viacom. If its 'cool' chances are its owned by these assholes.


    big ten media:
    AT&T Corporation (television; movies; radio; music; local, long-distance, and cell phones, the WB, HBO, Cinemax, Court TV, Comedy Central, E!, Warner Brothers, Quincy Jones Entertainment Co., etc.). Revenues: $66 billion

    AOL/Time Warner (magazines, movies, music, books, television, internet, sports, theme parks, Sportsline radio, Time, Life, People, Mad, DC Comics, Atlantic, Elektra, Columbia House, Warner Brothers, Time-Life Books, Book-of-the-Month, AOL, CompuServe, Netscape, Atlanta Braves & Hawks, etc.). Revenues: $36.2 billion

    Liberty Media Corporation (magazines, movies, sports, music, internet, radio, television, telephony, The Nature Company stores, Discovery Channel stores, Primedia, USA Films, Gramercy Pictures, Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, Ticketmaster, Citysearch, Sprint, Motorola, etc.). Revenues: $42 billion

    Viacom, Inc. (movies; books; internet; radio; television; magazines; theme parks; live entertainment venues; musical rights; exclusive advertising rights on buses, subways, trains, kiosks, billboards in NYC, Chicago, LA, SF, Philly, Detroit, Houston, Atlanta and 82 other U.S. cities as well as cities in other countries; BET Design Studio, the U.S. Postal Service is one of its clients, Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon, MTV Films, Blockbuster, Simon & Schuster, Scribner, Pocket Books, The Free Press, MTVi, MTV.com and VH1.com, MarketWatch.com, CBS Radio Network, CBS, UPN, MTV, MTV2, VH1, Showtime, BET, etc.). Revenues: $20 billion

    Walt Disney Company (magazines, movies, resorts/themed entertainment, books, television, sports, movies, radio, theatrical productions, stakes in NFL.com and Movies.com, Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Channel, ESPN Classic, Buena Vista, Touchstone, ABC News, Miramax, ESPN Radio, etc.). Revenues: $25.4 billion

    SONY (television, music, movies, internet, broadcast and electronic equipment and games, PlayStation, insurance and credit financing, Telemundo, Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures Classics, Loews Theatres, etc.). Revenues: $53.8 billion

    Bertelsmann (television, internet, books, music, newspapers, magazines, radio, greeting cards, trading cards, Europe's biggest TV broadcaster and film producer, Lycos.com in Europe, The Travel Channel, largest U.S. book publisher, Random House, Knopf, Vintage, Bantam Doubleday Dell, Arista and Windham Records, etc.). Revenues: $16.5 billion

    Vivendi Universal (books, magazines, internet, theme parks, television, movies, music, newspapers, cell-phone services in France and leading book publisher in France, bottled water, landfill sites, water and waste-water treatment for municipalities, owns 220 advertising agencies in 65 countries, iWon.com, Universal Studios Hollywood, SEGA GameWorks, USA Network, Sci-Fi Channel, Sundance Channel, Propaganda Films, etc.). Revenues: $37.2 billion

    General Electric (internet, sports/live venues, television, aircraft engines, home appliances, cars, computers, x-ray and ultrasound machines, MR and CT scanners, retail and financial services, healthcare services and insurance, Polo.com, Radio City Music Hall, NBC, CNBC, MSNBC, A&E, AMC, Bravo, etc.). Revenues: $129.9 billion

    News Corporation - Murdoch family (television, books, newspapers, movies, sports, music, TV Guide, Weekly Standard, the Simpsons, X-Files and other Fox properties, National Geographic Channel, Twentieth Century Fox, HarperCollins, NY Post, New York Knicks, New York Rangers, Los Angeles Dodgers, etc.). Revenues: $11.6 billion
     
  2. High Priest

    High Priest Elite Member

    Joined: Jan 1, 2002 Messages: 4,928 Likes Received: 3
    Your life must suck equally as bad as mine if u spend your time looking shit like that up..
     
  3. DorkstaR

    DorkstaR Senior Member

    Joined: May 24, 2002 Messages: 1,404 Likes Received: 0
  4. --zeSto--

    --zeSto-- Guest

    you left off the women they love.... punk!
     
  5. uncle-boy

    uncle-boy Guest

    all the women love > uncle-boy
     
  6. ana

    ana Junior Member

    Joined: Apr 27, 2002 Messages: 143 Likes Received: 0
    Does revenue mean profit or the amount of money they made in one year?
     
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